The 2015 Michelin stars are now known! Since Comme chez Soi has lost its third star, the capital of Europe still comes short of a three-star venue... Karmeliet in Brugge, Hof Van Cleve in Kruishoutem and Hertog Jan continue to have the upper hand in Belgian gastronomy.
2 Michelin Stars in Brussels
1 Michelin Star in Brussels
In the one star category, the newcomers, Monde est petit (world is small) in Etterbeek, Pigeon Noir (Black Pigeon) in Uccle and Da Mimmo in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert join the select club of one-star venues. The others are:
- La Paix
- Le Passage
- San Daniele
- Senza Nome
- Truffe Noire
- Va Doux Vent
- La Villa Lorraine
Alexandre Dioniso left the center of Brussels with his star for his new home: Villa in the Sky. Born from the ashes of The C-Experience, the Villa Lorraine's younger sister is only open during the week.
Brussels also remains a first-class gastronomy city with Dinner in the Sky, which will be back in June 2015 with 28 starred Belgian chefs for 28 high placed dinners. The Tram Experience is also still in circulation.
The “Bib Gourmand,” which recognizes establishments that offer the best quality to price ratio with a maximum price of 37€ per menu, includes these restaurants:
Brussels does not have a monopoly on gourmet food. Just outside Brussels you can find starred restaurants like Michel in Grand-Bigard, ‘t Stoveke in Strombeek or Terborght in Huizingen.