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We happened upon La Becasse when looking for somewhere to shelter from the snow!
None of the restaurants around The Grand Place would let us in for just a drink! You had to be having a meal.
Well, you know what, they did us a...More
A lovely, wood panelled bar tucked in an alleyway. Table service is efficient and friendly and the bar serves a good selection of beers including traditional lambic. Nothing flash but definitely recommended. Waited quite a while for service however.
It is the second time I go to this otherwise nice hidden beer place with a group of adults and a few children (we had a nice beer tasting and the children had juices). Both times I went there with were different children and both...More
A lovely, wood panelled bar tucked in an alleyway. Table service is efficient and friendly and the bar serves a good selection of beers including traditional lambic. Nothing flash but definitely recommended.
Firstly, we have been coming to Brussels for years and do like lambik beers. Years ago, when we first came to this place, we were more impressed: wooden floors, old fashioned interior, beers that come in an earthenware jug. Now, that initial excitement has worn...More
To begin, I have to say that it's an estaminet which always makes it different than most bars or cafés.
The name is 'la becasse' which means the woodcock. Look at the shape of the animal on the floor at the entrance.
What is special...More