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When fairground travelers Antoine Harris and his wife came with the 1948 fair on the Place Jourdanplein, people were queuing non-stop to taste from their handmade fries. Because of this huge success, they decided to stay and open a proper business on the Place Jourdanplein.
Chosen by the Brussels people as the best friterie in town. During peak hours the waiting queue can be up to 45 minutes. You can take your fries to most bars on the square and eat them there.
According to food critics you will find Belgium´s best french fries right here !
Nice traditionnal belgian "Friterie" (french fries) You eat outside only, but the bars around the Friterie allows you to eat inside if you drink something.
“Inspired by the Roman concept of pizza ‘Al Taglio’, literally by the cut, to Mamma Roma tasty rectangles of pizzas are cut in front of you and served by weight.”
“Nice Irish pub, the crowd there is super friendly. The beer is cold, the food is good and the music is fun. Very good place to just relax. ”
“Le restaurant italien favori de notre famille! Midi et soir, réservez au +32 (0)2.514.49.95”
“The Parc du Cinquantenaire or Jubelpark is not only a park but a national landmark in Brussels. The name means 'Park of the fiftieth anniversary' and it was built during the reign of Leopold II to commemorate fifty years of Belgian independence. Symbolically, the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels is built in the shape of a pentagon, like the inner and outer rings of the city. Cinquantenaire sits just outside the inner circle, and is close to the European Quarter.”