Corne Toison D'Or 53 Rue Marche aux Poulet, 1000 Brussels Tel:(322)
Chocolat Manon 9-A Chaussee de Louvain, 1210 Brussels Tel:(322)
Galler Grand Place, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322) 502-0266.
Godiva Grand Place 22, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322) 511-2537
Leonidas Rue au Beurre 34, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322) 512-8737
La Maison du Chocolat 67 Rue Marche-aux-Herbes, Brussels Tel:(322)
Marcolini Place du Grand Sablon 39, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322)
Mary Chocolatier Rue Royale 37, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322) 217-4500
Neuhaus Gallerie de la Reine, 1000 Brussels. Tel:(322) 512-6359
Wittamer Place du Grand Sablon 12, 1000 Brussels.
Whether you do your antique shopping in the classy Sablon area,
picking through Chinese screens or by flashlight early on Sunday
morning at the flea market, the hunt in Belgium can be as entertaining
as the purchase. Belgium has been the center of the art world
Place du Grand Sablon. Antiques
Heaven! This antique market is considered one of Europe's best.
It's the thing to do in Brussels on a weekend; both the square
itself and the spider web of streets that emanate from it.
Saturdays: 9a.m.-5p.m. and Sundays: 9a.m.-1p.m.
Antique Shops Sablon Area.
Famous for furniture and objects from the 1900's, 1920's and
Brussels is abound with speciality shops. The immense cultural
diversity of its inhabitants truly caters to each taste.
from the small section in some Delhaize or GB shops regarding
American, British, Spanish or Italian products excellent products
are also available from Robs in Woluwe. The fine grocery
stores are however strategically placed in different communes.
Western Shop A.
Maxlaan 79 Boulevard A. Max -Brussel, 1000
Cowboys and Native Americans will feel at home in the Western
Shop. This is the address in town for all Wild West fans;
they stock an abundance of cowboy hats, saddles and boots.
The brands will sound familiar to real cowboys: Tony Lama,
Rocketbuster, Rios and Mercedes. You'll also find plenty of
leather goods. There are even skirts with all kinds of patterns
especially for cowgirls. On quieter days, the shop owner might
invite you to the small museum on the first floor which displays
authentic 'cowboys and indians' paraphernalia.
Saint Aulaye on rue Jean Chapelie, 4 - 1050 Brussels.
Tel: 02/ 345.77.85
The most exquisite patisserie.
Maison Felix on rue Washington, 149 - 1050 Brussels. Tel:
A very appetising gourmet traiteur.
Italienne in Galerie Royal St. Hubert. Tel: 02/ 512.75.38
Superb gloves in this lovely shop.
Grand Rasoir on rue Hopital, 7 - 1000 Brussels. Tel: 02/
has been Court Supplier for ages. And once you have entered
this store, you know it for sure. Once you become king or
queen this is the only kind of shop you would be deigning
to visit. Knives, scissors, razors and pocket knives are on
display in the window. Here you will find anything that is
sharp. And once inside, you might think you just went back
forty years in time. Magnificent counter, of course, for even
the shops sign itself already evokes nostalgia. There is a
workshop where cutlery is (re)silvered and where knives and
scissors are ground and repaired. When dining in the Royal
Palace you cut your finger - heres the guilty party..
Brand on rue Marché aux Herbes, 60 - 1000 Brussels.
Tel: 02/ 512.48.93
A wonderland for lovers of electrical trains.