BRASSERIE LA QUINCAILLERIE AT A STONE’S THROW FROM AVENUE LOUISE IN BRUSSELS
It is located in a former ironmonger’s shop in the Rue du Page in Brussels, designed by a student of Victor Horta. The Horta museum is just around the corner.
Further in the neighbourhood, there’s also the Place Chatelain, a melting pot of nice restaurants, boutiques and specialty shops.
In 1988, La Quincaillerie opened its doors.
Many characteristic elements of the former shop were preserved. It gives that special character to the brasserie.
The brasserie is located at a stone's throw from Avenue Louise and is the ideal base for those wishing to enjoy authentic cuisine.
And there are plenty of parking spaces in the surrounding streets and on the square itself.