La Fabrique prides itself in serving 'gourmande' and fresh cuisine that changes according to the seasons. This bright and airy breakfast and lunch cafe has a very friendly and inviting atmosphere. There are a number of chairs and tables outside on the pavement terrace for al fresco meals. The staff were extremely accommodating as when I mentioned how hot the sun was, they immediately offered to lower the canopy.
The daily changing menu is written out on blackboards and there is a choice of quiche, salad, carpaccio and some other yummie sounding dishes. I went for the feta, broccoli and green pea quiche with a side salad which was so enormous, I struggled to eat it all.
While I enjoyed the fine September weather, I sipped on a refreshing iced-latte to finish off my lunch before continuing my Brussels wanderings.
It's a shame I wasn't here on the weekend as apparently La Fabrique do a all-you-can-eat hot and cold brunch on Sundays. And by the look of all the raving reviews, it's one worth hopping on the Eurostar for.