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Restaurants near the Eurostar train station, Brussels Midi?

When I was in Brussels, there was this Morroccan place that we visited a lot. It was within walking distance from the Ibis Hotel. It was cheap, and the service was great... it was perfect for a bunch of students on a study abroad trip. I can't find it on the internet though. Do you know the place I am thinking about? If you know of it, could you tell me the name? I can only tell you that after leaving there, we went to an internet cafe which was only a block away. This wasn't the one on the corner.

Feb 12, 2010
jeccaerin in Europe

Moroccan Restaurant near Gare du Midi, Brussels

I just got back from Brussels, and found a wonderful little Moroccan cafe about two and a half blocks from the Ibis Hotel across the street from Gare du Midi. I cannot remember the name of it, nor can I find it on the internet. Does anyone know what this restaurant might be? It had delicious food at a cheap price, which was perfect for students studying abroad! Also, the staff was very pleasant and accommodating. Thanks for the info!

Munich and Brussels on a College Student's Budget

Fantastic! I appreciate the recommendations! Thank you.

Goat Cheese Toasts with Asparagus-Mushroom Ragu

I thought about making these for a surprise birthday party for a friend. However, she is allergic to mushrooms. This looks too delicious to pass up though. Do you think anything could be substituted for the mushrooms and still make it taste great?

Apr 06, 2009
jeccaerin in Recipes

Munich and Brussels on a College Student's Budget

Thanks for your reply. I would prefer to not spend over $15 a meal, but don't know if that is possible. What do you think? Should I raise my meal limit a bit (When not ordering this roast pork breast that I have heard so much about. I can't wait to try it!)?

Munich and Brussels on a College Student's Budget

I will be visiting Munich at the end of July for a study abroad college trip. I am looking for places in Munich, or surrounding areas, that cannot be missed! I am mainly looking for restaurants with reasonable prices, but can make exceptions for terrific food. The trip consists of visits to Brussels and 2-3 day holidays as well. Information for Brussels and must see cities accessible by day trips will be greatly appreciated too! I really enjoy spending a lot of time out of the "touristy" areas, but I understand that there will probably be some great spots in the touristy parts of town.