Le Perroquet Brussels – Pittas galore

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"Le Perroquet" in Brussels is a tiny art-nouveau eatery that's famous for its pittas. I like getting them in the evening to balance out my beer intake!

This tiny art-nouveau eatery is one busy place! However, it has such a turnover that you are rarely turned away. It is not by chance that so many customers go through its doors. The signature dish of Le Perroquet are pittas filled with a huge range of delicious ingredients and served with a variety of sauces. You can choose from various vegetarian, beef, pork, chicken or fish fillings, and you can have your pitta natural or toasted (“pitta-croc”). The pittas of Le Perroquet make for a great snack during the day but even more so in the evening when you want to balance out your beer intake with something nourishing and tasty!

The interior also makes this restaurant stand out. It hails from another period, with rounded art-nouveau decoration and solid-wood tables and chairs. It also has stained-glass panes, one of which depicts, quite unsurprisingly, a parrot.

About this spot

Rue Watteeu 31

Tue - Thu 12:00 - 23:00, Fri - Sat 12:00 - 23:30, Sun - Mon 12:00 - 22:30

Bali Pitta:

8.60

+32

25129922

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