Café Belge is a vibrant restaurant and bar with its design and gourmet roots proudly set in the golden era of 1920s Brussels. It is the first Grand Café of its kind to open in the region. Heralding from 1920s Belgium, Grand Cafés were landmarks of grandeur, splendor and elegance, hence from the moment guests sweep through the ornate iron doors of Café Belge, an exceptional journey begins. Art Deco and Art Nouveau design elements are richly reflected in the décor, from the decorative carvings on the columns, to the ornamental chandeliers and mirrors, to the array of bold geometric pictures that adorn the walls, further complemented by marble floors and tables, two rich wooden bars and signature high ceilings. Outside on the terrace, the restaurant continues in equally grand-style, and a separate bar provides the perfect spot for those seeking an alfresco tipple. The cuisine is classically Belgian, reflective of dishes enjoyed for generations throughout traditional Belgian dining establishments. Prepared with the finest ingredients and served with finesse, the menu shares Belgium’s penchant for seafood, with highlights including the lavish Café Belge Seafood Platter, and Doversole à l’Ostendaise, served with a mussels, King crab and grey shrimp bisque sauce.