Restaurant de l'Ogenblik

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Restaurant de l’Ogenblik

Appreciated for its seasonal suggestions, its quality products, its wine list and its timeless interior, L’Ogenblik is a typical Brussels restaurant. A restaurant not to miss in the capital, where tourists and regulars mingle in a relaxed atmosphere.

A typical Brussels restaurant

L’Ogenblik offers brasserie cuisine, appreciated by all gastronomy lovers. Every day, find seasonal suggestions (game, fish, etc.)! The restaurant serves Belgian and French specialties, tasty and refined, prepared simply and authentically.

The restaurant L’Ogenblik in Brussels changes its menu with the seasons. It works primarily with fresh produce and pays particular attention to the selection of its products. The preparation of the food is measured, respectful and creative. Passion and know-how have driven the staff for half a century now.

The wine list, offering wine by the glass or by the bottle, complements this culinary interval beautifully…

The Ogenblik, a journey in time

The restaurant L’Ogenblik, opened in 1969, is a real Brussels institution, a place where regulars, businessmen, politicians, actors, artists and the like meet. It is one of the restaurants appreciated for the quality of its products and its warm atmosphere.

This typical Brussels restaurant is ideally situated, a few metres away from the Grand-Place and the capital’s tourist attractions, close to the Central Station. With 48 years in existence, L’Ogenblik is the place to go for a moment of pleasure.

The restaurant terrace is a particularly pleasant place to enjoy the charm of the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert! Inside, bistro chairs, wooden panels, marble tables and retro lighting create a timeless decor typical of Brussels. In the tradition of the old bistros, sand is thrown on the ground as a reminder of the time when customers used to chew tobacco and throw it on the ground, and café-owners used sand to make the cleaning easier.

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