The rue des Bouchers is a narrow, historic little street just off the Grand Place. It is lined with restaurants. Apart from Aux Armes, most of these restaurants are decidedly second rate and unduly expensive. If you want to end up with overpriced paella you have been warned! The waiters frequently harass passers by into trying their restaurant, which rapidly becomes very annoying. In short, the street is picturesque and (just about) worth walking down - but don't be tempted by the harassing waiters. You can always take refuge in the Galeries Royales St-Hubert, then go to eat in one of the (much better) restaurants in Place Ste Catherine.
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