The 3 best coffee shops in Brussels by a local

Everyone who lives in Brussels has probably heard about Café Capitale and their excellent coffees. Wait what, you don’t know what I’m talking about? Café Capitale is considered as a specialty coffee bar, the coffee beans are roasted and processed here in the coffee house. They try to bring quality through their coffees and pastries. Located near the Grand Place, it’s the perfect spot to drink a delicious coffee while working on your computer.

They play music with turntables (a barista told me the owner was a DJ) and the atmosphere is cosy. The place is always crowded but people don’t talk too loudly. I suggest you the caramel macchiato, it’s probably one of the most delicious latte macchiato I tasted until now.

The owners of this place went to the origin of coffee, to meet the people that grow their coffee. 90% of Or Coffee is Direct Fair Trade. This is why Or Coffee bar deserves all of your attention.

Located in front of Place de la Bourse, this coffee house serves delicious roasted coffees in an amazing place where you can plug your computer and work for your exams (whoops, too soon?). They play music selected by Caroline Music from AB (Ancienne Belgique). You can also buy coffee beans from different parts of the world as Brasil, Rwanda, Burundi or El Salvador.

Yuka Espresso bar is located just two minutes from Place de la Bourse and five minutes from the Grand Place. The place has a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere. Decorated with a world map and bags of coffee seeds, the owner paid a particular attention to each object that decorates the coffee house.

You can drink a delicious chai latte while looking out the window, the Anspach boulevard. A very popular place in the center of Brussels frequented by a lot of tourists and locals every day. Yuka Espresso Bar is not that popular in Brussels, but deserves a chance. So give it a try.

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