Winehouse Osteria Brussels is a quaint and charming little Italian restaurant located just off the beaten path in the old city. Though not far from the Grand Place, it's easy to miss since it's tucked away off the main road.
Inside this cozy space, we settled into one of only five tables to enjoy excellent Italian fare with a bottle of one of their carefully curated wines. In fact, the Winehouse began as a wine shop and grew into a restaurant as an outgrowth from the wine bar's successful wine tastings and growing clientele.
It was indeed lots of fun trying many different wines that we had never had before. We enjoyed chatting with Andy, the friendly part-sommelier, part-server, and part-front of the house who took care of us that night.
Fresh ingredients, authentic preparations, creative twists, and delicious flavors define the food at The Winehouse Osteria. It was certainly one of our favorites, and I think we went back twice during our Brussels stay.
During the Pandemic . . .
The restaurant currently takes orders for delivery but does not appear to offer on-premise dining. I guess when the dining space is that small, it's tough. It's too bad, since the cozy atmosphere was one of my favorite aspects of the restaurant. I just absolutely loved the warm, intimate setting. It's tough to know when the world to get to a point where we can feel comfortable dining in these types of restaurants again.
Thank you Winehouse Osteria for the good memories, and we can't wait until you are back to being able to bring joy to others in your cozy space again.
Winehouse Osteria Brussels
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