Bite Me, Brussels.

Reviewing food for the foreigners, without all the fluff.


Posted by Pi on December 20, 2008

Rue de Celtes, Etterbeek, Brussels
and other locations

Belgian ice cream never tasted so good. As a former ice cream shop employee, I have become somewhat the connoisseur of frozen treats. Out of all that I’ve tasted around here, Capoue is in the upper crust.

For the price, it had better be. One box of the homemade ice cream (~€6.50) has about 4-10 servings, depending on the strength of your sweet tooth, and is slightly smaller than what you can buy at the supermarket. What it may lack in quantity certainly is made up by quality. The truly Belgian speculoos ice cream is a personal favorite, though very sweet, as is the pistachio flavor that features a truly smooth and subtle nuttiness. I have not tried all the flavors in its long menu, nor have I eaten inside the dining space yet, but feel free to try them out for yourself.

Get a cone from the front window sometime for you and your friend, for just a few euros. Be and eat rich for a while.

Food: A+

Languages spoken: French

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