A TYPICAL BRUSSELS BRASSERIE
Located at 21 place Fernand Cocq in Ixelles, with a terrace on the square and a warm, classic interior, this restaurant is so characteristic of the local lifestyle that French comedian and filmmaker Dany Boon filmed some scenes of his film Rien à Déclarer here.
A VERY BELGIAN MENU
Rabbit in Kriek beer, Zeeland mussels and Malines chicken in a morel cream sauce are three examples of a cuisine that is loyal to the local culinary traditions. A touch of creativity has been added to the dishes, which are also available for delivery.
A FESTIVE VENUE
The music, often jazz, the monumental oak bar, the smiles and speciality beers... There's no fuss here, just a relaxed and fun atmosphere. The Volle Gas also hosts your receptions, banquets and celebrations for up to 120 people in it's vast upstairs room.