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Guide to Private Dining in Brussels

If you’re reading this, there’s an excellent chance you’re looking to organise a private dining event in Brussels. What a lucky thing you are. The food in Brussels isn’t only world-class, the venues are pretty remarkable too. Treat this as your how-to guide when it comes to putting the perfect private dining event in Brussels together. We hope it helps, and if you need anything else, just ask one of our experts!

What to Expect From Cuisine in Brussels

The cuisine in Brussels has a strong French influence, which makes sense. France is her neighbour, and French is one of its two state languages.

And speaking of France and French. Let’s wipe the slate clean and get it out in the open. French fries are from Belgium. The poor Belgiums are being robbed of this accolade, and it has to stop!

You can have them as you like them too, on their own, with a burger, it’s your meal. You’re the master of your own destiny, after all. But if you’d like to be super authentic, it has to be moules-frites, french fries and mussels. Otherwise, it has to be carbonnade flamande. That’s another of the country’s national dishes, and it’s a beef and onion stew with their fries.

For our Dutch friends, we’re sorry to tell you this, but the Belgians might just pip you for the most incredible deep-fried croquets in the world. With ingenious fillings such as cheese, prawns, meets, potatoes, and anything you can imagine, it’s a perfect snack for those who don’t fear calories. And the best thing of all, the golden breadcrumb coating.

Outside of local cuisine, you’ll find the diversity of immigration to the city has benefited the cities restaurant menus. For starters, the Italians, Columbians have left their mark.

If you’re looking to get on a hot trend, one thing that is really hot in Brussels right now is mobile catering. Get the lowdown on our favourite Food trucks to hire in Brussels for events here.

And on a final note about what to expect for a private dining event in Brussels. It’s a city that’s particularly famous for two things: chocolate and beer. And for the sake of being authentic, why not arrange some chocolate making classes in Brussels or maybe even a beer tasting workshop in Brussels to go along with it?

The Areas

Quartier des Quais is a neighbourhood in the northwest corner of the city centre. It’s known for its upmarket restaurants and, and in particular, fantastic seafood. It has plenty of trendy bars to match, as well as pleasant leafy squares and the enigmatic St. Catherines Church and square.

Stalingrad is a central neighbourhood that typifies what people around the world have come to think of Brussels. From iconic statues such as the Manneken Pis to some of the cities best chocolate workshops to charming Tintin murals proudly sprawling on the neighbourhood’s buildings. There’s a natural diversity of private dining venues here, including a baroque chapel and trendy art galleries.

The Quartier Royal is precisely what you think it is. It’s the royal neighbourhood, centred on the Royal Palace. It’s a neighbourhood of luxury whose land is primarily taken up by the famed Parc du Brussels. The private dining venues in this area reflect the name and nature of the area, being pure visions of grandeur.

The Venues 

We have more than 93 private dining venues and counting. We have intimate venues for small teams and full-scale spaces for up to 1,000 diners. What’s more, we have farmsteads from the 14th-century, we have private mansions, massive 19th-century market spaces, contemporary apartments, and so much more.

There is a style and size to suits any kind of private dining event you have your heart set on. You can take pleasure in browning our selection for yourself by use of our intuitive filter system. Alternatively, one of our local experts can prepare a unique selection according to your needs.

How To Get There


Quartier des Quais
  • Public Transport
    • Metro: 1, 5.
    • Tram Lines: 51.
    • Bus Lines: 128, 212, 213, 214, 230, 46.
    • Train: IC, S10, S2, S3.
  • Secure Parking Garages in the Quartier des Quais:
    • Be Park – Rue du Cirque 29.
    • Be park – Rue du Rempart des Moines 31.

Stalingrad
  • Public Transport
    • Tram: 4.
    • Bus: 116, 136, 170, 27, 46.
    • Train: IC, S2, S3.
  • Secure Parking Garages in the Stalingrad:
    • Quick Parking – Vilvoordelaan 122.
    • Be Park Rue Van Helmont 19.

Royal Quarter
  • Public Transport
    • Metro: 1, 5.
    • Tram: 92, 93.
    • Bus Lines: 12, 27, 38, 63, 71.
    • Train: IC, S10, S2, S3.
  • Secure Parking Garages in the Royal Quarter:
    • Parking Arlon – Rue D’Arlon, 50
    • Parking Caroly Brussels-Luxembourg Railway Station – Rue Caroly, 36

FAQ for private dining Rooms in Brussels

A private dining room in Brussels can cost between €75 - €145 per hour. This price can vary depending on the number of guests and menu selection. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on the requirements of your private dinner.

Each private dining room has different cancellation policies. Generally, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. Cancellations within 48 hours of your booking are typically non-refundable.

Absolutely! Most restaurants are available for private hire, depending on the date(s) and availability. If not, you can hire their private dining room. It isn't unusual for restaurants to work on a minimum spend basis if you intend to book the entire venue.

Booking a venue for your event is easy! Simply browse through our selection of private dining rooms in Brussels and submit a request for your dates. Our City Experts will get back to you with a quote and availabilities. If you are struggling to decide, get in touch, and we can recommend some suitable venues.

This is ultimately down to the policy of the venue. If the venue is a restaurant, then they are more likely only to do in-house catering. For anywhere else, it’s typical that you can choose exterior or interior catering.

In today’s world of corporate catering, professionals are more and more accommodating to different dietary requirements. If you tell our experts of any requirements you have, they can help organise the menu to your needs.

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