The long-awaited.. Chez Rémy

Located in the lovely street Saint-Rémy, this 3-bedroom-duplex, modern and warm, is the ideal place to welcome your family.
Composed of a large living with an open kitchen, it’s perfect for cooking good meals with your family.
Just for you, here are some good places closed to the duplex in order to have an enjoyable time in Liège: Telle Mère Telle Fille, Chez Gusto or Le Bi’Stronome !
After your stay, we can ensure you that you won’t want to go home ! 😉

Our team is now complete: welcome Elisa !

Student in 2nd year at KEDGE Business School Bordeaux in the EBP international program, Elisa arrived last week after a 1-year-stay in Riga, in Latvia.
Passionate about contacts and attracted by the dynamism of a friendly team, she naturally decided to join our team for a 6-month internship !
Her 2 favorite flats are both in Liège: the Studio Les Dominicains for its industrial desig, and the Pont de Fragnée 2 for its 110m² and its modern and cocooning atmosphere !

Here is our new intern… Welcome Victoria !

While studying in Lille, Victoria came to Liège with her eyes closed. She knew that she would find very good beers here, too!

Her training at the business school IESEG in Master specialized in negotiation allows her to make a 6-month internship at ZE Agency.

She was attracted by the convivial spirit and the dynamism of the agency but also … by the city of Liège! Besides, she is surprised by the heat in Liège, she expected rain …

Always looking for a place to live, she would have dreamed of occupying the charming Studio Carmes or the house Saint-Denis which are her favorites.





A popular Belgian recipe for using up leftover bread.

The name of this dessert varies depending on the birthplace of the cook, as the recipe can come from anywhere brown sugar is revered!

All you need is some stale dry bread soaked in milk overnight and drained the next morning, an egg and an egg yolk, some raisins soaked in rum diluted with warm water and Graeffe brown sugar. Quantities are improvised based on how much bread is left over and your own personal taste. So you have to keep tasting the mixture, which you then pour into a greased oven dish and bake for “at least” 45 minutes in an oven preheated to 180°C.

Who would have thought stale bread could make your mouth water…

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