After reading our blogs about South-East Asia, you might feel like a bite of South-East Asian fare. Through this restaurant in Brussels, you can get to feel, smell and taste some of the things we’ve encountered here.
Indochine has a good selection of South-East Asian/Vietnamese dishes and you can sit down in little train compartments, which of course we as train enthusiast love. The Laap is very good (typical Laotian), but the assortment of starters is also definitely worth it. We tried out a lot on the menu and were rarely disappointed. Parking is, as everywhere, in Brussels, not that easy. But if you live in Brussels, as we did, take the bus or tram. If you don’t live in Brussels, take the train and then bus 71 to Flagey. Or just leave a bit earlier :-).
Nearby you can leisurely stroll past the ponds of Elsene/Ixelles, eat an ice cream at Capoue, or shop away on the fancy Avenue Louise. We also love to hang out around the Flagey square, or in the park alongside the ponds with a bottle of wine, a bit of music and a good book.
Address: Lesbroussart 58 (Flagey), 1050 (Elsene/Ixelles) Brussels.