Nestled in the Queen’s Gallery, on the corner of the Rue des Bouchers, Le Marmiton has been serving since 1979. Come and taste Belgian specialities and seafood in this typical Brussels restaurant!
Le Marmiton, a typical restaurant in the heart of Brussels
Regulars and tourists passing through rub shoulders at the Marmiton to enjoy typically Belgian brasserie food. For over 30 years, Toni Beja and her children, Anthony, Sandra and Alexandre, have been passionate about introducing you to Belgian seafood and specialities.
The great classics include the staple grey shrimp croquettes, moules marinières, sole meunière, American steak and fries, waterzooï, beer-battered rabbit, carbonnades flammandes, etc. As for desserts, Brussels waffles, speculoos dessert and Dame Blanche always feature on the menu.
The Marmiton is one of those typical Brussels restaurants that is great to go on a date or to meet friends and family, to enjoy traditional Belgian cuisine in a lively atmosphere. Pure happiness.
The authenticity of a Brussels brasserie
This Belgian restaurant guarantees tasty food and impeccable service… The atmosphere is friendly, and the waiters are welcoming.
The decor is pleasant: brick walls and copper lamps add to the authenticity of the place. The restaurant has two rooms, including one on the first floor for a more intimate meal.
Le Marmiton is amazingly situated, in the centre of Brussels. When the sun is out, enjoy the pleasant terrace on the Rue des Bouchers or the Queen’s Gallery!