In the prestigious Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, La Taverne du Passage is a typical Brussels restaurant not to be missed. Founded in 1928, the restaurant serves Belgian and French specialities, in a timeless art deco setting.
A typical restaurant in Brussels, serving brasserie food
La Taverne du Passage is a typical Brussels restaurant, a real temple of Brussels gastronomy. Here, you can enjoy traditional Belgian dishes such as the famous shrimp croquettes, the Vol-au-Vent, the tête de veau en tortue, the anguille au vert, moules frites, waterzooi or an steak tartare prepared on the spot. Other brasserie food classics complete the menu. All recipes are cooked on-site by the chefs.
Until the 1990s, the Taverne du Passage had one of the most beautiful wine cellars in the country. Today, it is up to date with over 200 wines from France, Spain, Italy and elsewhere, a selection to suit all tastes and budgets.
A Brussels brasserie appreciated for its history
The Taverne du Passage is a place out of time, where tourists and Brussels locals like to meet around simple and tasty food, in a relaxed atmosphere.
With its art deco interior remained unchanged since 1928, this Brussels brasserie is appreciated for its history… The great authors of centuries past have marked the walls.
The restaurant’s nice terrace is steeped in the singular atmosphere of the galleries…
Since 2009, this typical Brussels restaurant has joined the Accueil & Tradition quality label, a unique collection of 10 establishments in the historic centre of Brussels.
The Taverne du Passage offers you a warm welcome in the heart of the capital!