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It's early morning and you are in need of a good coffee and a welcoming venue to kick start your day. You have planned an informal mid-morning meeting or a catch up with a friend over lunch. You are looking for good company and elegant music in a...more
I don't even know where to start, our experience in this restaurant was excellent:
- amazing choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, my crodino sour was a dream
- great service, which in Brussels is super rare
- super lovely young lady running the place...More
Whether meeting up with friends or going on a date, this is the perfect spot. Casual, good food, nice wines and amazing cocktails. Nothing here it ordinary or mediocre. From the service to the drinks to the unique take on Italian food, this is a...More
Brunched there back in late September but the weather was so wonderful it might as well have been summer...enjoyed a laid back afternoon sitting there, sipping on coffee and orange juice and sampling their excellent choice of italian dishes and desserts, charcuterie, and cheeses. No...More
We loved our experience at Cipiace. By far they have the best cocktails in town, accompanying the amazing food they serve. We tried to tuna and the octopus and oh boy, they were heavenly. No kidding! Absolutely recommended, perfect for a night out celebrating life.
I used to live in Saint-Gilles and go to Cipiace several times per month, but I moved a few months ago and I hadn't been there in a while. I was very excited to come back there, but I was honestly disappointed. First, i seems...More
I came to Brussels just after spending two weeks in Milan and Turin, so one could have had too high expectations for an Italian restaurant in Belgium... Cipiace actually turned out to be really, really good.
You can feel the respect for the Italian tradition...More
I'm a regular visitor to Brussels, but this was my first time to stay near the St .Gilles quarter, well off the tourist track. It was quiet, but early on a bitterly cold Monday evening. The food was hearty and warming - I had the...More