I've eaten here several times. A welcome change from the rowdy food centres off the other side of the Grand Place. Dark, wooden panels, creaky stairs, all give a subdued atmosphere in a 17th century building. Service is standard for Brussels: you know what I mean by that statement! Sometimes good most times off hand but livable with!
Food is good Belgian/Brussels so fine for those who like to try the local food instead of the global offerings which you can get anywhere. I've enjoyed the carbonade and the sausages. Often do special weeks. Website gives the menu and prices http://www.restaurant-les-chapeliers.be/fr/bienvenue/ in English as well as French and Flemish.
Always tasty, good enough portions. Good range of beers. Fills up so either book or be prepared to wait.
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