Enjoy the historic black and white pictures on the walls, large decorative wooden barrels and blackboards with dining and drink suggestions. Sit comfortably on dark brown chairs with a red velvet touch, or choose the bench set against the wall. With a wide array of tasteful local specialities, a broad artisanal beer selection and a welcoming atmosphere, here you’ll enjoy a fabulous meal – and a great value for your money. Best of all, our kitchen stays open all day long, from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm, so any time is the right time to stop in for a bite and a drink!
Gregory, as a true “brusseleir”, prides himself in using Belgian local products, and makes the most of them thanks to his know-how. This reveals flavors to offer an original, varied, seasonal menu, while always creating the right combinations that make the reputation of Brussels cuisine.
Christmas, Halloween, Mother’s day… Every occasion is a great opportunity to celebrate or just to spend time with your friends and family. At the Warwick Brussels, we offer a unique brunch experience with a free flow of Bubbles.
Enjoy a colorful buffet and a large variety of dishes: pastries, hot dishes, fresh fruits, cheeses and lots more... All of this accompanied by live background music. This is definitely how Sundays should be!
Nestled amongst the cobbled streets in the heart of Brussels, the grand, distinguished, renovated and historic Warwick Brussels stands just next to the picturesque and world famous Grand Place. Located 1 block away from the Central Train Station, this 5 Star luxury hotel is within a short walk of the renowned Antique District of Le Sablon, Mont des Arts, iconic Manneken Pis and the city’s best restaurants and boutiques, including Pierre Marcolini’s flagship store. Exuding old world charisma and a long tradition of first class service, the Warwick Brussels serves as the ideal focal point to explore the best that the city has to offer.
The location where the Warwick Brussels stands has a storied past dating back to the early 18th century - where the Duke of Wellington inspected his troops before departing for the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Soak in the history of the capital of Europe in our authentic Belgium Brasserie, Chutney’s, or over champagne in our Bubbles Bar.