Heading to Brussels soon? Get that appetite ready, for you will be in for some great food and drinks. Here are some of the best places to get them. 

Vismet. This classic Belgian seafood restaurant is one of the best places to dine in Brussels. Their famous dish is the croquettes aux crevettes which translates to shrimp croquettes. This dish is made with brown shrimp and a dash of bechamel. Basically Vismet specializes on shrimp dishes so if you are into seafood then this is a place you must visit.

Caffe al Dente. According to Food Republic, this Italian restaurant serves both fish and meat specials daily. They also serve pastas and a variety of appetizers. While waiting for your food to be served, its quite a moment to see the behind the scenes cooking display and a lot of yelling or communicating in Italian. Dishes are very simple yet very delicious making it one of the best Italian restaurants in Brussels.

Aux Armes de Bruxelles. Aux Armes de Bruxelles offers the best Belgian classics like carbonade flamande which is a sweet and sour beer and beef stew as well as the moules frites, which is mussels and crispy fries mixed together. Here you can choose what sauce you want in your dish. Other dishes include the rib eye with fries, sole mauniere, and many more. This is also a place that many celebrities often visit.

L'Ogenblik. This is a place when your searching for French cuisines such as those Coquilles Saint-Jacques and Chateabriand. They have good service and overall its a very comfortable place to chill, relax and take some french dishes. L'Ogenblik also offers a variety of seafoods which includes mussels cooked in a variety of ways.

Laurent Gerbaud. Belgian Chocolates anyone? Well here is the best place for that. With a minimum of 35% pure cocoa as a standard use and low quality fats being banned, there is no reason for a bad chocolate. The chocolates in Laurent Gerbaud offers no additives or any added sugar to their products, this might be kind of weird knowing that chocolates should contain sugar but its not, its absolutely natural and rich in taste.