Good addresses for a weekend brunch are highly sought after and a precious commodity. And here is one of the greatest secrets !
Until recently, the Club House of the rowing club was for members only. Nestled at the end of Boverie park, the superb building from 1931 boasts one of the city’s finest terraces, with breathtaking views of the river Meuse. Since last June, the brasserie at L’Union Nautique has been serving brunch on a Sunday and it’s a real find. We are big fans and highly recommend it! Facebook
Eat me, drink me, take it all away (but above all be sure to reserve)!
A new address in Liège with some mad decoration, where Alice takes us into her marvellous world, where the tables are upside down, the books are made out of material and read themselves on cushions or on a swing suspended between porcelain cups, as they wait for some English tea, brunch or lunch with a white rabbit or anyone else as mad as you.
Info and contact: on Facebook or Rue des Carmes, n°10, Liège.
The new place to be in Liège for those of us who love coffee and good vibes!
Fanny and Céline do everything to make their customers feel at home. It’s here where we enjoy our morning cofee and breakfast, it’s here where we indulge in brunch ( the sunday pancakes whilst looking over thr river Meuse and the famous ‘Batte‘ market are marvellous), and it’s here where we soack up the last rays of sun on a summers day whilst sipping an aperatif, made from the best local products of the season.
In short, we go there all the time and we always leave happy because it’s good, its fresh, and above all, it’s made with love. More details and moutwatering photos here and here.
Maxime will take good care of us (and of our waistlines. But watch out: starving ogres and yetis can be greedy!), our morale and our taste-buds, welcoming us to her cosy, friendly retreat at brunchtime or lunchtime to serve up a Bento – always delicious, fresh and innovative!