5 great coffee spots in Brussels

No doubt you’ve noticed that many great coffee bars are popping up all over the city. Here are five of our undeniable favorites when it comes to our daily dose of caffeine!

parlor coffee brussels

Parlor Coffee

Parlor Coffee

Parlor Coffee is a modern hideaway with a beautiful Scandinavian-inspired interior where you won’t want to leave… The baristas serve everything from a strong espresso and a heart-warming latte to iced teas and fresh fruit or veggie juices. They also have a counter full of pastries and cakes… Unnecessary to resist temptation! 😉

Chaussée de Charleroi 203, 1060 Saint-Gilles


Located in an old Art Nouveau building, MOK is a modern, spacious and minimal place where you can sip coffee or tea and tindulge in a plant-based snack. It’s also possible to buy your own coffee/tea roasted by MOK.

Rue Antoine Dansaert 196, 1000 Brussels

Aksum Coffee House

Aksum Coffee House is the place in Brussels for superb Ethiopian coffee, just a stone’s throw away from the Grand Place. A coffee spot to discover!

Rue des Eperonniers 60, 1000 Brussels


Aksum Coffee House

Café du Sablon

Le Café du Sablon is the little brother of Café de la Presse on Avenue Louise. Cosy and laidback atmosphere, good coffee and homemade sweets such as cupcakes from Lilicup. The baristas at Café du Sablon are specialists in the concept of slow coffee.

Rue de la Régence 26, 1000 Brussels

OR Espresso Bar

OR Espresso Bar is the place to be for espressos as strong and bold as its interior design. A regular espresso at OR is a double or triple anywhere else, which perhaps explains why Italians, artists and writers seem to make up the regular crowd of this great coffee spot.

Rue Auguste Orts 9, 1000 Brussels – Place Jourdan 13 A, 1040 Etterbeek


OR Espresso Bar

What are your favorite coffee bars in Brussels?

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