After its special “Dinners” edition in 2021, the Eat Festival returns from 29 September to 2 October, in the heart of the Gare Maritime in Tour & Taxis.
Over the 4 days of the festival, more than 60 gastronomic artisans offer the best of Brussels to the public.
It’s an invitation to discover the culinary wealth of the capital through a range of signature dishes, pastries, cheeses, Brussels beers and explosive cocktails.
For almost 10 years, the Eat Festival has been the Brussels event for food lovers and connoisseurs.
It’s a veritable journey through the wealth and diversity of the capital’s culinary offerings. After the success of its special ‘Dinners’ edition in 2021, the event will, once again, take place in the sumptuous setting of the Maritime Station at Tour & Taxis.
It’s the perfect opportunity to take a break and taste the best of Brussels.
New this year are a market of local producers, a new collaboration with the Gare Maritime Food Market, a Brussels beer bar and a cocktail bar.
Wine lovers will be delighted to hear that Bordeaux Wines are also hosting a wine bar and original workshops.
Here’s an overview of this edition’s exclusive programme
Some 35 emblematic Brussels chefs have signed up for this edition. They’ll be offering guests a signature dish, which personifies their culinary identity. The establishments present: Alice Restaurant (Alex Joseph), Barge (Grégoire Gillard & Barbara Hoornaert), Beiruti (Raghid Boulos), Brasserie des Alexiens (Alexandre Cardoso), Coquum (Cédric Dassonville & Amandine Lecomte), Crab Club (Yoth Ondara), Entropy (Elliott Van de Velde), Fernand Obb Delicatessen (Cédric Mosbeux), Gioia (Fabio Maurizi), Gramm (Kenzo Nakata), Gus (Jonathan Delhière & Pierre Baeyens), Humphrey Restaurant (Julie De Block & Glen Ramaekers), Kitchen 151 (Simona El-Harar), Iki (Tan Le), La Bonne Chère (Alexandru Sapcu), La Charcuterie (Ana Luisa Ribeiro), Le Tournant (Denis Delcampe), Le Monde est Petit (Loïc Villers), Le Rossini (Bogdan Streinu), Les Petits Bouchons (Thomas Algoet), Maloma (Georges Athanassopoulos), Mazette (France Cardonnel), Nénu (Anh-tu Pham), Old Boy (Yannick Carr & John Prigogine), Osteria Bolognese (Giacomo Toschi), Racines (Ugo Federico & Francesco Cury), Refresh Brussels (Nicolas Lemaire, Maude Nijskens & Amadine Vandormael), San Sablon (Jean Pierre Antoine), Sanzaru (Nathan Urbanowiez), Smala (Arth Alvarez), The 1040 (Gabriele Petrucci & Jean-Philippe Watteyne), Titulus (Lyla Baugels), VerTige (Kevin Perlot), 65 degrés (Antoine Ysaye), Yi Chan (Yen Pham).