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Yuka Espresso Bar – Artisanal espresso bar

There are big plans afoot for Boulevard Anspach in the city centre. Although modelled after Paris in the 19th century, the central boulevards in Brussels eventually become unpleasant, traffic-filled arteries that people used to avoid. Now, though, the city has pedestrianised the street and there is a new cinema due to open next year. 

The opening of Yuka espresso bar is the latest in a series of exciting changes that are happening on the street. Yuka hopes to fill the niche for good coffee in the centre of Brussels, where there are still only a handful of places that really care about what goes into the cup.

Yuka is quite small, with a paired-down minimalist design that makes it a relaxing place to stop for a quick cup when you’re in town. Most importantly, the coffee is good; really good. The owner takes his espresso very seriously and offers a careful selection of blends and single-origin brews. There are also great cakes and fresh fruit juices on offer.

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Details about this spot



166 Boulevard Anspach, Brussels

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Opening Times

08:00 - 21:00 daily


Espresso: € 2.30

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)