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Seven secret terraces with a view where to land this August 15

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‘t Kriekske in Halle

A restaurant well known to cyclists who like to explore Flemish Brabant and who often find themselves there, but which you will not find by chance, as it is lost at the end of a small path at the edge of the Bois de Halle. Here, a very Belgian menu, a shower of local beers and a Breughel-style atmosphere…

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The 7 Meuses in Profondeville

Here you will enjoy one of the most beautiful views imaginable over the Meuse Valley and the region. This restaurant, which attracts with its panoramic terrace, offers unfussy brasserie cuisine open 7 days a week and a warm welcome.

The Brasserie du Quai, in Namur

At the foot of the Luxembourg Bridge, on the banks of the Meuse, the Brasserie du Quai offers a breathtaking view of the Meuse. The large terrace by the water is ideal for ordering a seafood platter (the house specialty) and, if the weather cools, the terrace is heated until late in the season.

The Terraces of the Our in Paliseul

More chic, but worth the detour: if you are in the Ardennes, take the time to reserve a table in this bistronomic run by the team of two-star chef Maxime Collard (La Table de Maxime**), one of the prettiest terraces Ardennes and a cuisine you will remember.

Renipont Beach in Lasne

A restaurant at the edge of the water and a real sandy beach where children can swim and play in the sand, while parents enjoy a good roast chicken… This beach previously only offered snacks, but the restaurant is growing, to the delight of parents.

In de Oude Pruim in Beersel

Here, you are a stone’s throw from Brussels, and yet you go through time: inside it is an old-fashioned tavern in a typical house, which opens onto a huge garden where you can pose in the middle of the plum trees. A crazy charm, local beers and a toast with Platte Kaas to fall to the ground.

The Helina Garden in Fosses-la-Ville

Authentic Italian cuisine, a breathtaking garden and a superb terrace with a glass cube. Special mention for the large comfortable armchairs placed directly on the grass, in which you can sip a spritz with baby lobster pate, the signature dish of the house.


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