The Michelin Guide gives out its stars in BrusselsThe new edition of the Michelin Guide has chosen more than 1,500 hotels and restaurants from all comfort and price categories. Here are the winners in Brussels...

The 2014 vintage wine variety is now known, no big changes, no great surprise! Brussels, the capital of Europe, always comes short of three stars... 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

Christophe Hardiquest and his Bon-Bon rise up in the ranks, obtaining 2 of these sought-after stars. He joins the best of Brussels gastronomy: Comme chez Soi, Sea Grill and the Chalet de la Forêt.

1 Michelin Star in Brussels

In the one star category, we have once again La Villa Lorraine and the new addition, WY. Also with one star:

  • Alexandre
  • Bruneau
  • Kamo
  • La Paix
  • Le Passage
  • San Daniele
  • Senza Nome
  • Truffe Noire
  • Va Doux Vent qui conservent leur macaron.

Bib Gourmand

The “Bib Gourmand,” which recognizes establishments that offer the best quality to price ratio with a maximum price of 36 euros per menu, includes these restaurants:

Let's remember that Brussels also has ephemeral gastronomy with the Tram Experience and The C Experience that just started up at the top of the IT Tower. 

Periphery of Brussels

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.

And for foodies looking for a bite for a reasonable price, De Oude Pastorie in Kraainem, Noï in Linkebeek, La Chasse des Princes à Sterrebeek, Mariadal à Zaventem, Mamy Louise in Wavre, Louise à La Hulpe...