Once known as Arcadi Café, Brasserie Arcadi is located in the historic centre of Brussels, at the entrance to the Galerie du Roi in the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert. With its very special atmosphere, this typically Belgian brasserie is ideal for having a drink or a meal with friends.
The postcards and banknotes from many different countries that decorate its walls have given it its charm for over 30 years and take you on a journey all over the world, as do the framed pictures and the metal boxes with their many treasures.
The small round tables add a warm and picturesque touch to the place, and encourage chats with first-time visitors to this small, authentic, one hundred per cent Brusselian venue. When the weather is fine, the tables are brought out on to the street and gallery terraces. There is also a large upstairs dining room for birthdays and other parties with up to 30 guests. Our dining rooms are air-conditioned and free Wi-Fi is available.
IN THE HEART
With its perfect location at the heart of Brussels, our brasserie enables you to take a walk through the historic centre and view landmarks such as the Grand-Place, Saints-Michel-and-Gudule Cathedral, the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, the Ilot Sacré, the famous Manneken-Pis, the Comics Art Museum and all the other treasures of our capital. Owner Kevin will be more than happy to advise you and share his tips while you have your meal or snack. You can also check out the “Near the Restaurant” tab to explore Brussels’ must-sees.
Brasserie Arcadi offers a range of Belgian specialities and brasserie cuisine in a cosmopolitan atmosphere and authentic decor. Enjoy high-quality Belgian cuisine in the dining room or on the terrace – and don’t forget to book your table when there’s a show on at Théâtre Royal des Galeries or Théâtre de la Monnaie.
Want to eat at 2 or 4 p.m.? We serve our best, 100% Belgian and fully home-made dishes throughout the afternoon. You can also come just for a drink and discover one of our typical beers such as Duvel, Blanche, IPA, Maredsous, Orval, Chouffe, Vedett and many others. Not a fan of beer? Have a soft drink or a home-made hot chocolate.