Welcome to Brasserie Horta
The authenticity and quality of our products are matched only by our environment. Our setting was created in 1906 by the famous architect Victor Horta. Art Nouveau enthusiasts like those of the Comic Strip will have a blast, for the pleasure of the eyes and the palate.
Take a look at our menu and its "Belgitudes", and come back: our menu evolves each week, according to the products of the market and the imagination of our team.
For your birthday parties, business parties, dances, etc.
You can rent the Brasserie privately, after 18:00! Do not hesitate to contact us via email: email@example.com
In 1983, at the instigation of some urban planning (Jean Breydel) and comic books (Guy Dessicy) enthusiasts, the Belgian minister of public works bought the building with the objective of creating the first Belgian center of the comic book. That centre opened on October 6th 1989.
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With friends, for a lunch with colleagues or a family brunch, our team welcomes you every day, in an Art Nouveau setting.
All our dishes are made from fresh products. A la carte, you will find the great classics of Belgian cuisine but also the suggestions of the chef, according to the seasons.
In the evening, we can also welcome you for corporate dinners, family celebrations: the brewery is privatized from 18:30.
You will then be able to discover our special wall dedications of comic book authors.
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The authenticity and quality of our products are matched only by our environment. Our setting was created in 1906 by the famous architect Victor Horta. Art Nouveau enthusiasts like those of the Comic Strip will have ablast, for the pleasure of the eyes and the palace.
"The brothers Debekker" is the appointed caterer of the Belgian Comic Strip Center. We organize lunches, Gala dinners, cocktails, cocktail parties, product launches, press conferences, day seminars for 10 to 200 people, and on the evening for 10 to 400 people for dinner and 10 to 1200 people for cocktails.
RENT A HORTA ROOM
Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Brussels
02 217 72 71 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Open every day from 10am to 06pm