Street food has been popular years now. It used to be just a hamburger or hot dog or some chips, but nowadays there’s a whole range of balanced, exotic dishes to take away. Food trucks and salad bars have made started to pop up all over the city… but restaurants are also joining the party and offering quick and often worldly bites! Thanks to this nomadic cuisine, you can sample culinary specialities from around the world. Mexican, Indian, American, Asian… Organic, vegetarian and even vegan.

At a table or on the go? The choice is yours! Wolf Food Market In a place where primarily financial wolves used to roam, you can now devour street food to your heart’s content. Wolf, named after rue Fossé aux Loups (a former favourite watering hole among the financial wolves), is located between the Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudula and the Monnaie. Brussels’ former General Savings and Pensions headquarters has been transformed into a veritable marketplace, where you can choose from all kinds of street food. The site is home to no fewer than nineteen restaurants and two bars.

It’s a genuine world tour of gastronomy: from hamburgers and sushi to pasta and Syrio-Lebanese sandwiches. Treat yourself to a poke bowl or one of the gourmet waffles of renowned chef Yves Matagne. If you want to stay a while longer, you can hang out in the chill room. Another must is the Food Hub, the site’s organic and zero-waste market.