The old buildings of the CGER (Caisse Générale d’Epargne et de retraite), rue du Fossé aux Loups, will give Brussels’ residents and tourists a new eating experience on its 2,600 m2.
One of Brussels' iconic buildings with copper roofs is totally transformed into apartments, penthouses, student studios, hotels, offices and above all a splendid food market. Did you know there are now 3 in Brussels?
The old ticket hall houses 17 street food corners, an opportunity to make a real culinary tour around the world. From starred Michelin restaurant to pizzeria to sushi bars, burgers, oysters, salted waffles, Vietnamese, Ethiopian corners ... a real treat for your taste buds.
You can order at the counter or via an app and settle where you like among the 800 seats. A central bar, a micro-brewery, a chocolate factory, an organic market are part of this fabulous food market, the first of its kind in the capital. There will be the possibility also to take away or to be delivered. No cash payment, only by card or smartphone.
Don’t forget to look up and admire the splendid glass monument in mosaic made by Val St Lambert. A great success is to have integrated art deco architecture with contemporary architecture.
An exceptional living space and food experience is being created in the heart of Brussels.
Open 7 days a week from 7am to 11pm
Rue Fossés aux loups, 48
T 02 88 88 888