City Shopping

City Shopping: Antwerp

Small but perfectly formed, Antwerp has plenty of inspirational womenswear boutiques, kidswear, streetwear and antiques, plus a thriving cafe culture and unbeatable Art Nouveau architecture.

Ever since six young Antwerp-based designers hired a van and drove to London to take Fashion Week by storm in 1986, the city has become renowned as the style capital of Belgium, retaining its reputation thanks to its influential fashion schooland the MoMu fashion museum.

Why go?

Antwerp’s compact sizemeans it can be covered on foot in one or two days – making it a practical inspiration-boosting trip that’s within easy reach of both Brussels (one hour by train) and Amsterdam (two hours)

Visit for high-end and sophisticated womenswearboutiques and kidswear, along with some streetwearand vintage homewares

It’s also crammed full of inspiration– from the art nouveau facades to the creative and homely store/cafe design and the regular fashion exhibitions.


Where to shop

Nationalestraat and around: central area with designer stores and directional boutiques; interiors on Kloosterstraat

Kammenstraat:youth/streetwear, boutiques

The Latin Quarter: the area around Komedieplaats is good for sophisticated, high-end yet on-trend retail

Het Zuid (south docklands):hip design, nightlife, galleries and restaurants



Around Nationalestraat: directional boutiques, interiors, kidswear


Starting at the Groenplaats central square, walk down Nationalestraat and look out for Cats and Dogs, the hip multibrand kids’ store and Dries Van Noten‘s flagship store: an elegant, beautifully restored building

Pop in for multibrand alamodefor print-focused men’s and women’s labels, and m0851for squishy leather bags in a rainbow of colours (there’s also a guest house upstairs). Ogle the impressive Yohji Yamamotostore that has taken over a light-filled gallery-like space in the ground floor of the MoMu fashion museum.

Be inspired:Make time to check out a temporary exhibition at MoMu, which is housed in a beautiful 19th century building known as the Modenatie. It’s also home to the Flanders Fashion Institute (FFI) and Copyright, a bookshop specialising in design.

Further down Nationalstraat have a peep at sexy Dutch lingerie designer Marlies Dekkers‘ boutique.

Just off the main street, St Antoniusstraat is home to cult store Walter: an amazing, industrial, gallery-esque space owned by archetypal Belgian designers Dirk Van Saene and Walter Van Beirendonck. Offering directional women’s and men’s apparel, accessories, jewellery and furniture, Walter stocks labels including Bless, Bruno Pieters and Bernhard Willhelm.

Back on Nationalstraat, Garde-robe Nationaleis a designer store with labels such as Just in Case, Bruuns Bazaar and Atelier 11. Look out for Belgian designer Annemie Verbeke‘s sophisticated and wearable womenswear, as well as the Veronique Branquinhostore, decorated in classic dark wood and mirrors, which includes her menswear line.

For a more youthful market, check out sneakers at LC footwear, fashionable casualwear for women at Lila Grace. A favourite for colour-coded vintage clothes and accessories, Jutka & Riskais worth a rummage, while Sienmultibrand store is good for cutting-edge brands.

Don’t miss:Take a brief detour onto Aalmoezenierstraat for a couple of gems unique to Antwerp – Little Vintageis dedicated to vintage kidswear and toys – the owner has sourced a fabulous collection of good quality pieces (much is unworn deadstock) and nostalgia-inducing paraphernalia from around the world.

Further along, is the lovely Mieke Williams– whose former art student owners have scoured the globe for beautifully retro home accessories, stationery, home office goods and kids toys – all lovingly displayed.

Back along Nationalstraat, look out for super-cool street store Superdry. For high-end accessories, Fred de la Bretonierespecialises in beautifully made classic footwear, Elsastocks sophisticated shoes and eBlondéspecialises in directional, niche prescription eyewear.


Turn right at the bottom of Nationalestraat and a short walk away is Kloosterstraat, which will take you back up towards the centre of town. This long street is home to a great selection of antiques, bric-a-brac and gentrified homeware design stores. This street comes alive at the weekend when antiques spill out on to the street.

Check out chic and directional womenswear and accessories boutique Anja Austa, and Limonsoda, offering a colourful mix of kids’ shoes.

Interiors include Fusion Homestylefor modern homewares and accessories; and Mooifor hip contemporary design and Viarantiques.

The sides streets off the main drag area worth a look, such as the Marcy Michael Designon Arsenaalstraat and Cruon Sint-Michielsstraat for 20th century design.

Eat:Experience the bohemian side of Antwerp at atmospheric cafe-bar Dansing Chocola.

Steenhouwersvest and Lombardenvest

When you reach the end of this street, turn right onto Steenhouwersvestto take you back to the centre. Vintage fans shouldn’t miss Episodefor on-trend inexpensive 1950s-80s clothing and accessories for men and women.


Look out for quirky casualwear at Bensimonand colourful casual leather women’s shoes at Siete; kidswear at Strass Storeand Filou & Friendsand Filippa Kfor women’s and menswear.

Cross over the road to Lombardenvestis home to a number of directional stores. Pop by Huis A. Boon, a historic leather gloves seller. Good multibrand boutiques here include Step by Stepfor youthful womenswear such as Vanessa Bruno, Etoile by Isabel Marant and Anna Sui; and Louisfor the best Belgian designers.

Also on the street is APC, womenswear at Enesfor floaty designer womenswear such as Malene Birger, Bellerose, offering casualwear for men, women and kids, Essentielfor pretty upper-end womenswear, plus a smattering of mid market accessories stores.

Kidswearcan be found at Sur+ by Monarfor fashionable shoes, Ten(scheduled to move) and the fantastic De Kleine Wolk, which offers labels such as Quincy and I Pinco Pallino. Also look out for inspiring VM at US beauty brand Kiehl’s.

Side street Lombardenstraatis home to Originalsfor international denim brands and Maison Anna Heylenfor grown-up womenswear.

Korte Gasthuisstraat

This area is good for kidswear; try De Groene Wolkon Korte Gasthuisstraat, which stocks a mix of designer brands such as Anne Kurris and Max & Lola. Nearby is tiny designer kids’ shoe store 1000 Poot, as is casual preppy style for boys and girls at American Outfitterson Groendalstraat.

Mens- and womenswear along Korte Gasthuisstraat include Talking French, Hampton Bays, and Closing Date, with its street/designer mix from labels such as Vivienne Westwood.

Eat:Make a pit stop at Antwerp’s oldest bakery Goossensto sample its speciality gooey raisin bread.

Interiors store Marie Marieis also here, with upmarket bath and bedlinen. Continue up towards Schoenmarkt for Princess Blue‘s glam multibrand mix.

Huidevettersstraatis home to classic high-end and high street stores, with designer menswear at Saxon’sand multibrand store Men’s Fashion, plus street/casual multibrand store Brooklynwith names like Junki Deluxe and Pepe Jeans; as well as designer monobrand stores. Also check out mid-market stores include Belgian label River Woods and womenswear at Caroline Biss.

Meir: mid-market

Meir is Antwerp’s main shopping thoroughfare, home to all the major brands.

Before you head on to Meir itself, check out new stores XSO, an impressive multibrand concept store with labels such as Issey Miyake, Antonio Marras and Robert Clergerie, plus Kids Lab, a fabulous kids’ lifestyle store with everything a child a could want from affordable clothes to toys, plus a great home décor section at the back.

Walking from Schoenmarkt, there’s a concentration of youth and activewear such as huge sportswear store United Brands, plus Puma, Nikeand adidas.

Further up multibrand storePrincessoffers women’s designer apparel and footwear brands such as Michael Kors, Zac Posen and Viktor & Rolf, and some lovely classic kidswear.

Meir is also home to wide range of mid-market and mass-market labels, plus Antwerp’s department stores Innoand Peek & Cloppenburg.

At the far end of Meir, turn right onto Frankrijklei for veteran Antwerp multibrand designer store Sn3, stocking womenswear and accessories from the likes of Chanel and Gucci.

Kammenstraat: streetwear, boutique

This central street is a focal point for Antwerp’s youth/street stores, with a smattering of other home accessories and womenswear boutiques.

Starting at the Groenplaats central square, look out for American Apparel, Guru, G-Star, and Antwerp youthwear institution Fish & Chips. Here you will find women’s/men’s street and skate labels and the latest trainers.

Other independent streetwear stores on the street include Heaven’s Playground, Vaudevilleand GrafittiShopArtifex– alongside international brands such as All Saintsand adidas Originals.

For girls, stop at Ringz & Thingzfor fun bags and accessories, Who’s That Girlfor teenwear and Sixty Friendsfor Miss Sixty’s kids line.


Design enthusiasts shouldn’t miss fabulous shop Feelings, a treasure trove of 50s/60s vases and lights in top-notch condition, amassed for the last 25 years.

We also loved new boutique A.Purr.A– a beautifully bedecked boutique stocking locally made home accessories, handmade stationery and accessories, with some directional VM displays.

Eat:Symforosais a stylish space for homemade quiches and salads.

For more grown-up womenswear, take a look at Antwerp-based Monique Stam. Side street Ijzerenwaag is home to Erotische Verbeelding, the original lingerie and sex toy store.

At the end of Kammenstraat turn the corner to Oudaanfor a hugeOililystore for womenswear, kidswear, an inspiring interior and corner cafe. You can’t walk passed gourmet chocolatier Pierre Marcoliniwithout giving in to your sweet tooth.

The Latin Quarter: sophisticated retail

Known as the Latin Quarter, the area around Komedie Plaats where the Bourla Theatre stands is a good spot for upscale and directional retail.

Schuttershofstraat and Hopland

The long street of Schuttershofstraatfocuses on chic and sophisticated stores: highlights include Suelaand Coccodrillofor high-end multibrand footwear, childrenswear at Mon Plus Beau Souvenirand Noukie’s;Waterl’eaufor upscale bathroom accessories, Sonia Rykiel‘s colourful knits and Princesse Tam Tam’spretty French lingerie.

The street leads into Hopland, offering more chic stores such as classic Belgian womenswear at Ballade,Mer du Nordfor Belgian womenswear and kidswear in colourful jerseys , Le Chapeaufor glam womenswear; sophisticated French looks at Sandro, designer names at 14 Hopland, Olivier Strelli’sstores for classic womenswear and menswear, Scapa World, design store Donum. Also here is L-XP, an interesting new concept that rents out Belgian and international designer clothing in a chic space.

Cross the main street Frankrijklei to Maria-Theresialeito find Houben, a slick multibrand boutique with Yohji Yamamoto, Azzedine Alaïa, Undercover and Number (N)ine, as well as the Comme des Garçonsboutique.

Lange Gasthuisstraat and Komedie Plaats:

Lange Gasthuisstraatis where you’ll find designer store Verso, stocking men’s and women’s labels such as D&G, McQ and Dior, plus cosmetics, accessories and a slick cafe-bar. Opposite is upmarket homewares store Flamant Home Interiors.

Nearby Komedie Plaatsis home to the fabulous new Paul Smithboutique – with its quirky displays and a room full of one-off gifts and accessories from around the world – also here is the likes ofLouis Vuittonand Paule Ka.

Eat:Stop for a hot chocolate in the breathtaking foyer cafe at the Bourla Theatre– complete with frescoed domed ceiling and opulent chandeliers.

This street leads into Leopoldstraat, where you can find a few high-end stores such as Zerbafor glam Italian shoes, Shamadefor luxe lingerie, Rue Blanchefor chic French-style womenswear in lovely colours, some sleek interiors stores and the amazing toy shop In den Olifant– which is stuffed with kids’ goodies.

At the end of the street, Sint-Jorispoort has a couple of interesting stores: Karin Nunez de Fleurquinfor brightly coloured, directional jewellery and Der Kringwinkelis a huge second-hand selling space which can occasionally throw up some antique gems at low prices.

Het Zuid (the south): hip design, restaurants

This revived area about 15 minutes walk south of the centre is now well established as the hippest spot in town, with a scattering of directional boutiques, galleries, interiors showrooms, restaurants and bars.

On Volksstraat, at the end of Nationalstraat, check out Baby Beluga, a multibrand boutique with youthful labels. Opposite is Antwerp designer Chris Janssens‘ chic store, and further down is Maman Deluxfor gorgeous maternitywear, gifts and accessories. Don’t miss Laundry Industryfor its chic take on casual womenswear and inventive VM and store design.

Walk down to Leopold De Waelplaats square, for the Royal Museum of Fine Art, which specialises in 15th century Flemish masters such as Rogier van der Weyden and Jan van Eyck, as well as works by Rubens.

On the corner of Leopold De Waelplaats and Verlatstraat is the Ann Demeulemeesterstore, stocking both the men’s and women’s collections.

Eat:There are several cute cafes here for a quick bite – we loved MoMadefor its homemade salads and fresh juice and Revistafor free mags and wifi.

Graaf Van Egmontstraatis home to the huge, fairy-tale kidswear store Prinses op de Erwt, with boys’, girls’ and baby apparel, bedlinen, nursery furniture and toys. Further down, Peeters Brosspecialises in colourful eastern-inspired rugs.

Galleries:The streets around this area are worth exploring for small galleries such as Tim Van Laerand Zeno X, as well as several design stores.

Contrast Wooninrichtersis worth a visit on Scheldestraat, a slick interior design store carrying key names in lighting, furniture and textiles, such as Kartell, Driade and Gervasoni. Opposite, Atelier 11offers design jewellery with a subversive charm.

Vlaamse Kaaiis home to interiors showrooms such as Divani, plus colourful designer kidswear and lifestyle goods at Kids on the Docks.

De Burburestraat is home to two heavyweight Antwerp multibrand stores. A must-see is the new and impressiveHospital, a beautifully designed space stocking high-fashion names such as Viktor & Rolf and Neil Barrett, along with a restaurant/bar and a soon-to-open three-room hotel. The store’s owners are also behind Clinic, across the road, which focuses on more youthful brands and quirky gifts, such as Paul Smith, Patrizia Pepe and Junk de Luxe.

Walk over the huge parking lot to Waalse Kaai and down Timmerwefstraat for vintage homewares and clothing at FCS.

The dockland area is also home to the Muhka Museum of Contemporary Art, reclaimed from an old grain silo and known for its directional temporary exhibitions. On nearby Waalse Kaai is the FotoMuseum. The Zuiderpershuis Centre for World Cultureis a huge complex featuring exhibitions, videos, concerts and poetry readings – and is a good place to stop for a beer in its cafe or terrace.

Where to eat and drink


For a refuel while shopping around the central area near Nationalestraat, try Het Dagelijks Broodon Steenhouwersvest for breakfast at a communal wooden table. At the end of Kammenstraat on Klein Markt, stop for a salad or quiche at stylish Symforosa, or drinks at hip Berlin opposite.

Belgians are known for their fabulous chips, so if you ever get hungry on the run just pick up a portion – which should be served with mayonnaise in true Belgian style. Frituur Number Oneon Hoogstraat do the perfect fries.

For a drink at a typical Belgian pub, De Pelikaanis a popular spot, with art nouveau stained glass windows and a cosy interior.

For dinner, De Kleine Zavelis good for gourmet Belgian/French fare in an atmospheric setting. For a meal with a view, you can’t beat Het Zuiderterras– set in an impressive, glass-dominated riverside building designed by local architect Bob Van Reeth.

On Kloosterstraat, Dansing Chocolais a bohemian cafe with a great atmosphere and outdoor seating, and for dinner, head to charming bistroChez Fredwith its grey painted walls, accents of gold and brickwork for a cosy yet modern feel.


Southern docklands

There’s plenty of choice in the southern Docklands area, with a thriving cafe culture and nightlife. We love the Biologisch-Dynamische Bakkerijon Volksstraat for an organic breakfast including homemade breads in a cosy atmosphere. MoMadeis also good for fresh juices and salads around a communal table.

Nearer Leopold De Waelplaats, stop for a sandwich at Revistaand make use of its magazines and free Wi-Fi. Nearby Art Deco bar Hopperis great for a drink among locals and jazz in the evening.

At bohemian cafe Patine, admire art on the walls as you tuck into homemade quiches, salads and cakes. A great place for Sunday brunch, it’s also a comfy bed and breakfast establishment.

For night-time drinks, try Le Comte, a laidback bar which comes stocked with board games. Staffers hand out bowls of classic kiddies’ treats in lieu of peanuts to go with your drink.

This area is a great spot for dining out: we loved Fiskebarrestaurant – a lovely, buzzy fish restaurant with classic metro tiles, blackboards on the wall, candlelit tables and a locals’ atmosphere – and of course, top-notch seafood and fish.

Le Johnis also recommended as one of the latest chic dining spots, with a small but top-quality menu.

Northern docklands

Trendy restaurants have also sprung up in the dockland areas to the north and east of the city. To the north, Luxis decorated with in a decadent rococo-style with columns and gilding, while to the east, Bart-a-Vinfeatures traditional Art Nouveau tiling for classic, hearty cuisine (closed at weekends).

Walter, the stunning destination store owned by Dirk Van Saene and Walter Van Beirendonck

Little Vintage‘s good range of vintage kidswear
Mieke Williams– for charmingly retro VM and home accessories

De Kleine Wolkand Kidslab– two hotspots for kids’ goodies

Jutka and Riskafor colour-coded vintage

Feelings, a treasure trove of 60s vases

MoMu fashion museum‘s inspiring exhibitions

Fiskebaran atmospheric restaurant for top-notch seafood

Boulevard Leopold– a photoshoot-worthy guest house




Department stores

Meir 80

Peek & Cloppenburg
Meir 31


14 Hopland
Hopland 14

Nationalestraat 23-27
Tel: + 32 (0) 3 232 29 39

Ann Demeulemeester
Verlatsraat 38

Annemie Verbeke
Nationalestraat 76 Tel: +32 (0)3 226 35 60

Anja Austa
Kloosterstraat 175

Kammenstraat 89 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 213 02 41

Lombardenvest 12

Baby Beluga
Volksstraat 1

Hopland 3
Tel: +32 3 225 08 41

Caroline Biss
Huidevettersstraat 34
Tel: +32 3 234 14 06

Chris Janssens
Volksstraat 2

Closing Date
Korte Gasthuisstraat 15

Comme des Garçons
Maria-Theresialei 19

Diane Von Furstenberg
Steenhouwersvest 44

Dries Van Noten
Nationalestraat 16

Filippa K
Steenhouwersvest 61 (men) & 65 (women)

Garde-robe Nationale
Nationalestraat 72

Huidevettersstraat 51

Schuttershofstraat 19

Maria-Theresialei 17

De Burburestraat 4

Laundry Industry
Volkstraat 23
Tel: +32 (0) 3 227 05 26

Le Chapeau
Hopland 8

Lila Grace
Nationalestraat 83

Lombardenvest 2

Louis Vuitton
Komedieplaats 14

Hopland 53
+32 3 289 27 90

Maison Anna Heylen
Lombardenstraat 16

Maman Deluxe
Volksstraat 35

Marithé + François Girbaud
Schuttershofstraat 22

Huidevettersstraat 23

Men’s Fashion
Huidevettersstraat 28

Monique Stam
Kammenstraat 54

Olivier Strelli
Hopland 6 & 35

Paule Ka
Komedieplaats 10

Paul Smith
Kelderstraat 2

Meir 51

Princess Blue
Schrijnwerkersstraat 7

Ralph Lauren
Komedieplaats 12

Rue Blanche
Leopoldstraat 10
Tel: +32 3 233 51 71

Hopland 12

Huidevettersstraat 40

Nationalestraat 91
Tel: +32 3 232 62 26

Frankrijklei 46-48

Sonia Rykiel
Schuttershofstraat 12

Step by Step
Lombardenvest 18

Veronique Branquinho
Nationalestraat 73

Lange Gasthuisstraat 9

Sint-Antonuisstraat 12

Yohji Yamamoto
Nationalestraat 32 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 213 21 78

Eiermarkt 13-17 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 231 87 49


1000 Poot
Korte Gasthuisstraat 36

American Outfitters
Groendalstraat 22

Atelier 11
Scheldestraat 32

Schuttershofstraat 9

Nationalestraat 141 
Tel +32 (0) 3 234 22 43

Nationalestraat 147

Fred de la Bretonière
Nationalestraat 139

Huis A. Boon
Lombardenvest 2

Karin Nunez De Fleurquin
Sint-Jorispoort 37

LC Footwear
Nationalestraat 86

Nationalestraat 19
Tel: +32 (0)32 3 297 6066

Ringz & Thingz
Kammenstraat 64

Steenhouwersvest 28

Schuttershofstraat 3

Ijzerenwaag 14 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 233 23 12

Leopoldstraat 3
Tel: +32 (0) 3 225 16 19


Nationalestraat 75

Alex Alowers
Timmerwerfstraat 12

Kammenstraat 89 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 213 02 41

Contrast Wooninrichters
Scheldestraat 13

Copyright Bookshop
Nationalestraat 28

Sint-Michielsstraat 19

Hopland 47

Flamant Home Interiors
Lange Gasthuisstraat 12

Fusion Homestyle
Kloosterstraat 185

International Magazine Store
Melkmarkt 174 & Meir 125

Libeco Home Store
Steenhouwersvest 51

Marcy Michael Design Gallery
Arsenaalstraat 5

Marie Marie
Korte Gasthuisstraat 17

Mieke Willems
Aalmoezenierstraat 28 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 293 00 80

Kloosterstraat 70 
Tel: +32 475 290 474

Peeters Bros
Graaf Van Egmontstraat 37

Vlaamse Kaai 57

Kloosterstraat 65

Schuttershofstraat 47



Steenhouwersvest 40

Meir 89-97

Huidevettersstraat 45

Meir 87

Claudia Sträter
Meir 46

Essentiel Women Store
Schuttershofstraat 26
Tel:+32(0)3213 1510/
Lombardenvest 39 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 233 36 65

Essentiel Men Store
Schuttershofstraat 42 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 233 09 90

Meir 89

Hampton Bays
Korte Gasthuisstraat 12

Schuttershofstraat 23

Meir 73

Massimo Dutti
Meir 99

Mer du Nord
Hopland 4

New Look
Meir 15

River Woods
Huidevettersstraat 43

Scapa World
Hopland 26-30

Meir 12

Talking French
Korte Gasthuisstraat 5

Korte Gasthuisstraat 9

Meir 54

Meir 59
Huidevettersstraat 39


Steenhouwersvest 34A

Timmerwerfstraat 8

Kammenstraat 63

Jutka & Riska
Nationalestraat 87

Sint-Jorispoort 29

Oude Koornmarkt 69


adidas Originals
Kammenstraat 45

All Saints
Kammenstraat 33

American Apparel
Kammenstraat 14
Tel: +32 3 227 00 32

Lombardenvest 37

Huidevettersstraat 36
Tel: +32 3 232 81 51
De Burburestraat 5

Nationalestraat 11

Edc by Esprit
Kammenstraat 72

Fish & Chips
Kammenstraat 36-38

Oudaan 1B

Kammenstraat 22

Kammenstraat 18

Harry Beaver
Kammenstraat 34

Heaven’s Playground
Kammenstraat 44

Lucky Brand Jeans
Kammenstraat 43

Lombardenstraat 12

Pepe Jeans
Kammenstraat 46

Puma Concept Store
Meir 37

Nationalestraat 114a 
Tel: +32 3 216 34 89

United Brands
Meir 1

Ijzerenwaag 14 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 233 23 12

Kammenstraat 64

Who’s That Girl
Kammenstraat 52




Where to eat and drink

Hopland 46

Lange Slachterijstraat 3-5
Tel: +32 (3) 663 27 13

Kleine Markt 2
Tel: +32 (3) 227 11 01

Biologisch-Dynamische Bakkerij
Volksstraat 17
Tel: +32 (3) 216 00 42

Bourla Theatre Cafe
Komedieplaats 18

Cafe Wattman
Tramplein 3
Tel: +32 (0)3 230 55 40

Chez Fred
Kloosterstraat 83
Tel: +32 (0) 3 257 14 71

Dansing Chocola
Kloosterstraat 159
Tel: +32 (3) 237 19 05

De Kleine Zavel
Stoofstraat 2
Tel: +32 (3) 231 96 91

De Pelikaan
Melkmarkt 14
Tel: +32 (4)75 35 95 19

Marnixplaats 12113 
Tel +32 (0) 3 257 13 57

Frituur Number One
Hoogstraat 1

Goossens Bakery
Korte Gasthuisstraat 31

Het Dagelijks Brood
Steenhouwersvest 48
Tel: +32 (3) 226 76 13

Het Zuiderterras
Ernest Van Dijckkaai 37
Tel +32 (3) 234 12 75

Leopold De Waelplaats 2 
Tel: +32 93) 248 49 33

In de Roscam
Vrijdagmarkt 12

Le Comte
Graaf van Egmonstraat 11

Le John
Kasteelpleinstraat 25
Tel: 03 289 92 25

Adrian Brouwerstraat 13
Tel: +32 (3) 233 30 30

Volkstraat 63 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 290 46 80

Leopold de Waelstraat 1
Tel: +32 3 2570919

Karel Rogierstraat 47

Kleine Markt 8 
Tel: +32 (0) 3 233 84 09