October 29, 2014

Spanish restaurant in Brussels

                                 town hall photo by Nuria

The Spanish restaurant La cueva de Castilla "... concocts creative and delicious Spanish dishes. They take the typical specialties right from the Iberian Peninsula and let Chef Roberto go at it. On their menu you can choose exactly what you are in the mood for in an appetizer portion or as the entrée along with any sides you would like… If your mouth isn’t watering yet, come and try the roasted dorado with sherry sauce, grilled swordfish with piquillo pepper, large grilled prawns, paellas, ham hock, chicken with garlic and lemon… all of this with “verduras,” “patatas,” “salsas”…"
I highly recommend a Spanish evening at this restaurant preceded or followed by a walk in the immediate vicinity where you can admire magnificent art deco houses, the absolutely gorgeous Schaerbeek town hall and stroll along the Alfred Verwee street, named after a painter known for his depictions of animals, landscapes and seascapes. 
Place Colignon 14
1030 Schaerbeek


  1. super gedaan prachtig dat beeld en de verlichtte stadshal.

  2. Ok, ok . . . we're dreaming of being inside . . .
    sampling those glorious dishes.

  3. mmmmm, dorado, zwaardvis, paella,... kunnen me wel smaken! een adres om te onthouden.
    groetjes, Hilde

  4. Ce serait bizarre, pour un Français d'aller en Belgique pour manger dans un restaurant Espagnol...Mais pourquoi pas ? On va bien dans des restaurants chinois à Londres ou des Pizzérias à Madrid !

  5. Hallo Anni,
    De spaanse restaurants ziojn zeldzaam geworden in Brussel de laatste jaren...