Things to see and do - Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
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Woluwe-Saint-Pierre Travel guide
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre : Michelin's recommendations
The commune is comprised of two residential localities (Woluwe St-Lambert and Woluwe St-Pierre) that have attached the name of their patron saint to their own. From its forest past it retained a rural character until the period between the World Wars. Work undertaken for the Jubilee turned it definitively into an urban area.
Tourist attractions Woluwe-Saint-Pierre : Things to see and do
Avenue de Tervuren 279-281 279-281 B - Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Purity of form distinguishes this maginificent building by Austrian architect Josef Hoffmann. The project which also involved the sculptors Powolny, Luksch et Metzner and the famous artist Gustav Klimt took six years (1906-1911). Its exterior is an i..
Val des Seigneurs 81 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Enjoy masterfully prepared modern dishes, served in the spacious yet intimate dining room, or on the terrace giving onto the courtyard. Highly recommended "traditional" menu. Good wine list.
r. au Bois 198 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
A 19C Brabançon farmhouse, converted into a friendly restaurant with a neo-rustic decor and a welcoming fire in the hearth. Grills prepared in the dining room are a speciality.
Parvis Sainte-Alix 32 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Let your taste buds travel to China! (Re)discover the best Chinese recipes (wanton soup with coriander, dim sum, Peking duck) in a typical decor.
av. de Tervuren 453 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Bon-Bon has moved, but its name is still well deserved! The chef creates refined dishes with top quality ingredients. The popular surprise menu always boasts lots of new finds.
av. de l'Escrime 124 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Restaurant slightly reminiscent of an Anglo-Norman cottage. Pretty rooms in a fresh and colourful modern style, rear terrace, good signature menu that varies between traditional and modern.
av. de Tervuren 292 B - 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
At YuMe, Yves Mattagne blends East and West. On the Yu side: sushi, gyoza, dim sum and many Japanese specialities; on the Me side, nice little dishes from the Franco-Belgian tradition. A fine blend, in a chic contemporary decor.