Most Popular Grill food in Brussels, Belgium

December 12, 2019 Janean Rudisill

Find out what Grill restaurants to try in Brussels. Brussels is a city of vast variety and diversity, making it an excellent destination for any type of visitor. No matter where you look, history and beauty are the principal components giving Brussels its unique vibe. The architecture, together with the city’s folklore, catch every visitor’s eye, revealing how the classic spots have adapted to take on a very modern twist. Brussels makes each traveler find a home away from home.
Things to do in Brussels

1. Midtown Grill

Rue Paul Devaux 4 Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place, Brussels 1000 Belgium American, Steakhouse, European, Grill Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Breakfast Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Wine and Beer, Digital Payments, A [email protected] +32 499 93 11 30 http://midtowngrillbrussels.be/
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4 based on 652 reviews

Midtown Grill

A premier Brussels steakhouse, Midtown Bar & Grill serves the best U.S. prime beef steaks in town complemented with seasonal dishes using fresh, local Belgium ingredients. This trendy restaurant in downtown Brussels offers a fun, vibrant environment.

Reviewed By S1732CJbriang

The food is standard. Had to send back my steak three times to have it cooked properly, ended up having my fillet cooked well done to make it easy. Noe and Kathlyn were awesome waitresses.Dear S1732CJbriangWe are sorry to hear about your steak, but at the same time we are glad that our team make your experience better.We hope to see you back soon

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2. CHUMADIA

Rue d'Ecosse 32, Brussels 1060 Belgium Grill, Steakhouse, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Cash Only, Table Service +32 2 538 14 68 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chumadia/195700307134807
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4 based on 238 reviews

CHUMADIA

Reviewed By Loockey

Super authentic place with superb meet! Outstanding value for money for Brüssels. Yes, if you don‘t speak english, don’t have enough cash and looking for a fancy place, you will not be 100% satisfied here. But if you want it to have rough, simple and meaty af, it is exactly the right place for you!

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3. L'Auberg'In

Rue au Bois 198, Brussels 1150 Belgium French, Belgian, European, Grill Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +32 2 770 68 85 http://www.la-carte.be/fr/restaurants/belgique/bruxelles/1150_woluwe-saint-pierre/laubergin/
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4 based on 231 reviews

L'Auberg'In

Reviewed By hausi48

This was our fourth visit to l'Auberg'in. We came away from our other visits sometimes very pleased, sometimes disappointed. Mixed feelings, but that obviously did not stop us from returning.Pleasant welcome in this warm, "cottage-y" ambiance restaurant in the Woluwe St. Pierre district of Brussels. Nice table for four opposite the blazing fireplace, which is also used for grilling purposes. Very good service. Full on a Thursday evening, so be sure to make reservations well ahead. The only draw-back are the uncomfortable chairs.Quite extensive à la carte options, both as entrées and main courses. Also a 4 course menu at a reasonable €44. I tried the salade de langoustines as a starter, which was nicely presented, but didn't taste much of langoustines. The head waiter had enthusiastically recommended the noisettes d'agneau (as it was lamb season), grilled on afore-mentioned open fire. Excellent choice, perfectly grilled.Rather modest wine list, but as this is not a high-flying restaurant, you don't need a high-flying wine either. We tried a St. Joseph from the Rhône Valley and everyone at the table commented on its good quality and perfect match to the lamb.Desserts are always very much a matter of individual taste and can be disappointing. This was the case for us. Nothing special.In summary, nice ambiance, very good service, nice food, reasonably priced and not too loud. Perfect for an evening out with friends.

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4. Meet Meat Uccle

Chaussee d'Alsemberg 541, Brussels 1180 Belgium Steakhouse, Barbecue, Grill, Argentinean Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +32 2 219 16 52 http://Meetmeat.be
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4 based on 176 reviews

Meet Meat Uccle

Reviewed By Tjulli

We love meet meat - one of the best places to go for dinner and drinks. The service and the staff are kind and professional and the food is just amazing.

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5. Meet Meat Schuman

Rue Stevin 124, Brussels 1000 Belgium Steakhouse, Barbecue, European, Argentinean, Grill Lunch, Dinner Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +32 2 231 07 42 http://www.meetmeat.be/
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4 based on 435 reviews

Meet Meat Schuman

Meet Meat: the steak house restaurant in the heart of Brussels European district, close to the Schuman roundabout where you can eat the best steak in an elegant but casual atmosphere. We offer a varied menu of simple and tasty dishes where we combine our

Reviewed By Ian C

Located near the different EU buildings, slightly hidden away but well worth visiting .There is an extensive wine list with many unusual wines, including a couple of reds from Austria which I tempted to try, but ww settled on one - new to me - from Patagonia, which was enjoyable.Relatively small, stretching back to a conservatory at the rear and with an open kitchen, the staff are engaging and make you feel welcome.For starters, we had a sharing platter, which was plenty for the three of us, then rib-eye steaks each, with salad and tries, all delicious and cooked to perfection.For dessert, we had the Copa Argentina, which is served with rum, a perfect end to the meal.I definitely would recommend the restaurant.

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