The Orangerie is one of the hardest spots to find on Brussels' gastronomic map, being located in the middle of a park. Few would think of looking for it in the Parc d'Egmont, at the edge of a small Brussels street with stately classical buildings, not far from the Palais de Justice. The restaurant is located in a Neoclassicist-style winter garden (orangerie) and on warmer days its terrace is one of the most coveted eating spots in the city. This is the place to go when you want to get closer to nature, but don't have the time to leave the city. The view of the park's scenery through the Orangerie's windows is pleasing at any time of year, with each season providing its own atmosphere and colours. The menu is quite large, incorporating the cuisines from different parts of the world. The meals are simple but good and the atmosphere is relaxed, as becomes a lunchtime meal in the middle of a park. The Orangerie serves an excellent Sunday brunch, which is very popular with the locals, from 11:30 to 15:30, at 25 EUR per person.
Keywords: restaurant, Brussels