Brussels! Parlor Coffee

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Brussels! Parlor Coffee

Postby Sammy » Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:14 pm

Finally a real fine espresso bar opened in my area! Parlor Coffee has a brand new La Marzocco dual. Although still a startup with a limited range, they have a fine choice of blends and single origin.

Cakes and cookies are home baked by the Japanese-half of the barista couple - truly delicious!

I have been waiting for a place like this for a long time.

Address: Chaussee de Charleroi 203 (or thereabout) in Brussels.
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Postby jon » Sat Jun 15, 2013 4:29 pm

Thanks for posting. Anywhere else you'd recommend nowadays in Brussels - heading over for a break...
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Postby jon » Sat Jul 06, 2013 5:32 pm

Ended up stumbling by Aksum coffee http://www.aksumcoffeehouse.com Very decent shots (a bit darker-roasted than I'd usually have, but good - if I lived nearby, I'd be very happy to use them!)

They roast their own beans, and sell from the cafe (I didn't take any home). A pleasant shop to sit in, and cakes and breakfast looked decent too. Reasonable prices for that part of the city, too - E1.5/espresso.
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