Step into the 1920s at this elegantly themed Belgian bar. From the Jazz Age posters framed on the walls to grandiose Art Deco-inspired interiors, this restaurant and bar gets so much right.
With the bar itself being huge and with lots of seats encircling it, plus plenty of standing room behind them and high tables dotted around, there’s room for everyone. And let’s not forget the inviting outdoor terrace, making Café Belge a good choice for a night out in it’s own right.
Of a Thursday night the bar gets busy – it’s a stalwart on the nightlife scene and it hasn’t lost a hint of its sparkle.
It’s pricey, but for the area, it follows suit. A glass of grape will set you back from Dhs75, while draughts go for Dhs50 a pint.
And you can pair your beverage with some classic Belgian fare – moules frites with Belgian mayonnaise is available from the main menu to order at the bar – or something a little fancier such as fresh oysters. And if you head over daily from 5pm to 8pm, house beverages will cost you Dhs35, which you can partner with oysters for Dhs10 each.
Mix up your nights out and go for Belgian hops and bites. Café Belge won’t let you down.
The bottom line A solid choice if you’re in DIFC.