The Best Coffee Spots in Brussels

The Best Coffee Spots in Brussels

Explore the heart of Brussels through the aromatic journey of its best coffee spots. This post unveils the city’s caffeine treasures, promising an unforgettable sip in every cup! 

Café Tiera

Café Tiera is one of our go-to coffee spots in the city center. Besides good coffee café Tiera also serves many other things like brunch, toast, lemonades, sweets, … 

We love their Parisian-style terrace! It’s the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon on the terrace. 

Address: Rue van Artevelde 53, 1000 Brussels 

Buddy Buddy 

Buddy Buddy is a small coffee shop with a modern design focusing on plant-based food, outstanding coffee, and homemade nut butter. It is located in a quiet street just behind the Apple Store and the lively shopping area of Louisa. It’s the perfect place for a break or to relax after a busy day. 

Buddy Buddy is one of the best coffee spots in Brussels. 

Address: Rue des Drapiers 10, 1050 Brussels 


A cute little coffee shop located in a lively area in Brussels. Their coffee is fresh and tastes delicious, you can even get it canned to go. Do yourself a favor and try the cardamom buns and their banana pudding! 
 Address: Rue de l’Enseignement, 1000 Brussels 

Lucifer Lives

This little gem is nestled among the unique antique shops in the Marolles. Lucifer Lives has soul-warming coffees, other hot drinks, and a range of delicious pastries and cakes. They also serve breakfast and lunch menus. 

Address: Rue Edith Cavell 10, 1180 Uccle


This charming coffee spot in Uccle is a must-visit for anyone who appreciates great aesthetics and good coffee!  

At seven, the attention to detail is evident from the moment you walk in the door. It’s not just the interior that’s impressive at Seven. The coffee here is top-notch, with a range of delicious options. 

Address: Rue Edith Cavell 10, 1180 Uccle


Encré isn’t your average coffee spot. It’s a cool place where you can buy clothes, get a tattoo, and enjoy coffee and treats. Worth a visit when you like to combine fashion and coffee.  
Address: Rue des Chartreux, 1000 Brussels 


In the heart of Brussels, Aksum Coffee is a special place for coffee lovers. They make their coffee with fresh beans that are roasted on the spot. Aksum is more than just coffee. You can also try Senegalese herbal teas, South African wine, and Ethiopian beer. It’s a cozy and aesthetic place especially if you want a taste of Africa.  

Address: Galerie du Roi 10, 1000 Brussels 

Atelier en Ville 

This coffee spot truly has it all; from breakfast and brunch to snacks and a wide variety of coffees. Spread across two spacious floors, it’s the perfect spot to catch up with friends, study, or get some work done. 
 Address: Rue de l’Ecuyer 43, 1000 Brussels 


A cozy spot, small but charming. Adorned with polaroid dog portraits, it’s perfect for a quick coffee or to bask in the sun on the sidewalk. Stella isn’t just a café, it’s a tale of resilience. Bassel, the owner, arrived from Syria at 18 and 6 months later, reunited with his dog Stella in Belgium. But beyond the heartwarming story, Stella offers excellent specialty coffee, egg buns, and heavenly pastries. 

 Address: Chaussée de Charleroi 91A, 1060 Saint-Gilles


Bouche specializes in specialty coffee, offering unique blends. The space is stunning, and they even serve their coffee in custom-made cups crafted from recycled materials. Don’t miss their homemade sweet treats and savory lunch options. Whether you are catching up with friends or getting work done, Bouche is the perfect spot to enjoy coffee in style. 
 Address: Rue de Namur 4, 1000 Brussels

My Little Cup 

My Little Cup is a small, bright corner shop with a lovely facade. There’s limited seating, but the decor is clean and modern with nice music. The place has a relaxing vibe, and locals often stop by for their coffee. The coffee is what makes this place special. My Little Cup gets its coffee from Belleville Brulerie in Paris. The coffee is served in cute cups. Try the banana bread with Belgian chocolate, it’s delicious!!
 Address: Rue de la Croix de Fer 53, 1000 Brussels

Café Capitale 

Light wooden floors, vintage furniture, and a wall with a large record collection. There are cozy corners with chairs, benches, and high stools everywhere. The atmosphere is lively yet intimate with an urban vibe. It’s all about the coffee here. 
 Address: Rue du Midi 45, 1000 Brussels

Cafelatte Espressobar 

Cafelatte Espressobar is inspired by the Italian coffee tradition.  Some drinks come in 3 sizes, so remember to choose the right one. The place is busy, especially during rush hour. They are famous for their pistachio coffee. They take their espresso culture very seriously. 
 Address: Rue du Commerce 19, 1000 Brussels

Voort x Velvet 

Located in the center of Brussels where it all began. The store is named Voort x Velvet and is a collaboration between Voort Studio and Velvet Coffee. It’s an original concept, combining high fashion with specialty coffee. Voort x Velvet is a curation of impassable craftsmanship, both in fashion and in coffee. 
 Address: Rue Antoine Dansaert 54, 1000 Brussels


Serra offers both all-day dining and a restaurant with an eco-friendly philosophy. Their healthy menu focuses on organic, locally grown ingredients. They serve great coffee. You can enjoy it in a beautiful, plant-filled space while you work on your laptop or simply relax. What we love about this place is that it’s open all day. 
 Address: Place Charles Rogier, 1210 Brussels

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