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Walking near Jewish Museum of Belgium, visit this restaurant. The Belgian cuisine is nice at Skievelat. Come to this place for a break and try good mussels, chicken and tapas. In accordance with the guests' opinions, waiters offer tasty parfait, ice cream and tiramisu here. You will hardly forget delicious belgian beer, house wine or white wine that you can order. This spot offers good coffee among its drinks.

The cosy atmosphere of this restaurant makes customers feel relaxed and have a good time. At Skievelat, the cool service is delivered by the appealing staff who is ready to help you. According to the visitors' opinions, prices are reasonable. This place can be featured by the fancy decor inside. But google users rated this spot and it didn't get a high rating.

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user_Richard Keizer
Cosy restaurant, with nice food. Bit warm though, but still had a nice atmosphere.
user_Ivan Yohan
Very friendly staffs and cosy place. Traditional Belgian food with great taste.
user_Josh B.
So, my sister says, "Everyone says I have to get the mussels if I'm in Brussels". So I'm like, "Ok so lemme call Jean-Claude Van Damme real quick....*commence frantic search on cell phone for JCVD's home number* Then I remembered I had to take his number out of my phone after...well....I don't want to talk about it. Anyway, after recognizing my sister meant the bivalve mollusk and not human tissue we headed over to Skievelat. It was just up the street from where we were staying. I had already ate a Chipotle burrito I brought over from England, so I was looking for dessert. The place was pretty full on a Friday night which was great for the ambiance. Both floors seemed pretty busy. The waiters looked stressed out though as it seemed to be only 2-3 of them for the whole two floors. We ordered our adult beverages and waited since the waiter forgot to give us menus. Now, my sister ordered a large beer and it was much bigger than she thought so I had to help her finish it later on, but be aware that large is actually huge. It wasn't quite Oktoberfest stein huge, but it was pretty big. I ordered crème brulee and my sister got the pot of mussels which came with frites (fries). So the waiter comes out like 10-15 mins later (yes..they're quick) with this medium pot of mussels but honestly two people can probably share a pot. I actually think you're supposed to share them but since I'm vegetarian I told my sister that was all on her. And....she still had that big glass of beer to slam. Anyway, the crème brulee was ok. Not the best I've had and really nothing overly special. My sister fully gorged herself on the mussels pot and felt bad for leaving a few in the pot. I told her that to just let go and let god because I could see that over-stuffed miserable wince in her face and she didn't seem to like the painful reminder that her big beer was only half gone. So...she tapped out but got her money's worth. It's a great restaurant and the people that sat nearby were sociable. It wasn't too touristy either so it seemed like actual locals eat there.
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Belgian, Vegetarian options
Open now 6PM - 12AM
$$$$ Price range per person 11 €-21 €
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Brussels Central
Get directions Joseph Stevensstraat 16/18
Brussels, Belgium
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Brussels Central
Joseph Stevensstraat 16/18, Brussels, Belgium
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking No delivery No takeaway Not wheelchair accessible Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 12PM-3PM
6PM-12AM
TuesdayTue 12PM-3PM
6PM-12AM
WednesdayWed 12PM-3PM
6PM-12AM
ThursdayThu 12PM-3PM
6PM-12AM
FridayFri 12PM-3PM
6PM-12AM
SaturdaySat 12PM-12AM
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