I was in Brussels center with friends and after a drink in St. Gery, we wanted to have food and they suggested Chou Sando, a small place near Boulevard D’Anspach. I don’t particularly like Japanese food but they made me curious so let’s go.
Sando is a nice nickname Japanese use for sandwiches. I love it! The bread is filled with veggies and/or meat or tofu. Each sandwich has a sauce more or less spicy. The portion is very large and filling. We also ordered a gyoza portion, very good!
They have various Japanese beers and soft drinks. I tried Ramune classic, which tastes like chewing gum, weird. But what’s interesting about this drink is its bottle (called a Codd-neck bottle) that has to be opened in a specific way and it has a ball inside that may stop the drink to be poured. Easier to try than to explain!
All in all, I liked the place and the food, and I’ll surely go back to try different sandos! Just beware that it closes at 9.30 pm and often they finish the bread well before the closing hour!