You can find the famous Zebrano walls reminiscent of the 30’s, the same chairs or even similar decorations from the building. Huge bay windows let beautiful natural light in, bathing the mix of cosmopolitan guests. The diversified crowd at Le Variétés seems to come in and out according to the timing of the shows going on next door.
Rotisserie at Le Variétés
The angular room revolves around the open kitchen where the master is enthroned, that is to say the lavish roasting area, from which the house specialties escape. Roasted chicken à la broche and ham hock with mustard constitute the brasserie’s great reputation.
Le Variétés offers simple yet gourmet cuisine uniting Belgian and the French traditions. A special shout out goes to the sliced beef tartar with garden herbs as well as their moist chocolate cake, one of the best in the capital! Another thing to remember is their international and reasonably priced wine menu. For lunch you can have a two course meal from Monday to Friday for 19 euros.
Le Variétés and the terrace at Flagey
As soon as good weather comes around, Le Variétés welcomes you on its terrace at the feet of the Sainte-Croix Church next to Place Flagey. For lunch or dinner you’ll have a great time overlooking the magnificent view of the Ixelles ponds.
Underground parking at Place Flagey