Bite Me, Brussels.

Reviewing food for the foreigners, without all the fluff.

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Posted by spacemonkey99 on June 9, 2009

Belgium is famous for, among other things, its french fries and the overwhelming number of sauces that have been invented in the meantime to accompany them. Initially, I was the type to stick with what I knew and loved: ketchup. Until I started to be a bit more adventurous: samurai, garlic, and more recently, pepper.

At Chez Antoine, the fries are just salty enough, not over- or under-fried, and really just hit the spot. Try them with a side of pepper sauce and you may, like me, feel like you just died and went to junk food heaven.

Chez Antoine
Place Jourdan 1
1040 Brussels

Food: A for the fries, can’t rate the rest
Atmosphere: N/A
Service: A
Price: A (can’t get cheaper than fries!)
Languages: French, English

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Burger and sweet potato fries

Posted by Pi on April 5, 2009


Recently in Boston I had this delicious combination of lightly salted crispy sweet potato fries and hand-molded organic beef burger with fried onions and garlic greens on a whole wheat bun.  Being in the San Francisco of New England sure has its delicious benefits.  Although I’m sure it wasn’t as “healthy” as other foods I could have gotten, it tasted hundreds of times better than McDonald’s.  Where in Brussels can I find sweet potato fries?!

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