Cooking your own meals is fun, but once in a while it's nice to treat yourself to a take away! Various takeaway platforms let you easily get delicious dishes delivered to your home. Your favourite restaurants will no doubt be among them and you'll surely discover lots of new ones.
Brussels is a gastronomic hotspot. This is no longer a secret. Nowhere else will you find so many good restaurants in such a small area. The choice is extremely diverse. In addition to regional dishes, you'll find cuisines from all over the world. No surprise there, as Brussels is the most cosmopolitan city in Europe.
During the lockdown, restaurant owners switched, en masse, to offer takeaway. When they reopened in June, they reinvented themselves logistically. They pulled out all the stops to receive their customers in a safe way while respecting health measures. They deserve great credit for that!
Hopefully they will be able to open the doors again soon. We are really looking forward to enjoying dinner with family and friends again! Did you know that in the meantime you can still enjoy our excellent gastronomic offer? And that it gives the culinary sector a boost?
Take a look at these platforms, choose from the wide range of restaurants and have your favourite dishes at home!
- FoodMove: three friends and ardent restaurant goers launched this takeaway platform out of solidarity with the sector.
- Gault&Millau: on the website of the famous French gastronomy guide you'll find dozens of Brussels restaurants with takeaway service.
- Slurp Co: young entrepreneur Lucie Van Damme developed a google card with geolocation of restaurants offering pick-up and delivery services.
Other initiatives to support artisans, bars, cafés and restaurants:
- Horeca Comeback: a platform to buy vouchers that you can redeem when your favourite restaurant, bar or café reopens.
- Help restaurants: a platform with a list of all restaurants open for delivery and takeaway in Brussels.
- La Vitrine Locale: a platform where you can order artisan products (only available in French for the time being).
- Commercelocal.brussels: a website that lists companies operating in the territory of the City of Brussels.
- Je soutiens mon horeca de quartier: a platform to support an institution by paying in advance for your next visit (only available in French for the time being).
- Keeping Brussels Alive: citizens' initiative that identifies businesses and offers solutions to support them (only available in French for the time being).
- Appetito: a platform for the purchase of products and takeaway meals (only available in French for the time being).
- Home gourmet: online sales website for a series of Brussels artisan creators (only available in French for the time being).
Brussels’ chip shops and kebab houses are open. You may only takeaway, no eating on site.