We travelled to Brussels in December to experience the joy of the Christmas Markets and stumbled across the culinary experience that is WY at The Mercedes House. WY is a restaurant located in the centre of Brussels in The Mercedes House that is headed by Michelin Starred chef Bart De Pooter. WY is Bart’s newest project and is a collaboration with Mercedes. We were curious and unsure what to expect when we heard of this interesting pairing and couldn’t wait to see, experience and taste…

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We visited Brussels for the Christmas Markets last December and spent our days shopping, sight seeing, ice skating, beer touring and pretty much non stop eating! It was a perfect pre Christmas city break. We went on a beer tour with Global Enterprises around the city. FYI Belgian beer is strong! Feeling sufficiently warm after four hours of beer tasting and bar hopping we ventured outside to check out the Christmas Markets and they were incredible. I love Christmas! Before venturing back to our hotel,…

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We visited Brussels in December with the intention of spending the whole time exploring the Christmas Markets. At the last minute we booked a Beer tasting tour with Global Enterprises and it proved to be a highlight of the trip! Global Enterprises offer a four hour guided beer tasting tour that starts with the group meeting in the architecturally beautiful Grand Place and sees you visit 4-5 different Belgian taverns and bars throughout the tour.  Each group is limited to 20 people and we were…

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The beautiful Dominican Hotel is the number one destination for a luxurious, elegant getaway in Brussels. Stylish and unique it is certainly deserving of its membership as the first member of Design Hotels in Belgium. From the moment you step through the front doors it is evident that every detail has been carefully considered in the planning of this beautiful hotel which has a wonderful history dating back to its origins as a Dominican Abbey in the 15th century. The Dominican is ideally located in central…

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