The restaurant in a few words

A printing house in the past, before becoming the cave of the leather goods manufacturer Delvaux? Until the make-over with leather, wood, blue stone, granite and dimmed light caressing the red brick walls. A place full of atmosphere? where proportions play the superlatives, the rigid geometry of a stunning modernism. The flavors crossbreed, the continents meet.

The culinary traditions of the old continent conjugate the flavors with the lightness of the Asian cuisine, following the rhythm and the colors of the seasons. The wines also pull the exotic card, without ignoring the classic grand crus. When the weather agrees, outside dining in the peaceful courtyard is possible, in the shade of giant bamboo.

RESTAURANT La Manufacture

Rue Notre Dame du Sommeil 12 1000 Brussels

Phone: +32 (0)2 502 25 25

Manufacture is open from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:30 (23:00 on weekends)

Closed Saturday lunch and Sunday

The restaurant in pictures

Un restaurant plein de charme

The restaurant for banquets

The Manufacture has an area of 400mē distributed on two trays, which can accommodate 250 people and allows easy and banquets, cocktails, openings etc..

For more information contact Rebecca or Iole or 02/502 27 47 or by email


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La Manufacture

Rue Notre Dame du Sommeil 12
1000 Brussels

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Dear clients,
Dear friends,

A few weeks ago, we informed you that the Belgian health context did not allow us to receive you in the conditions essential to your comfort.

We hoped to be able to welcome you back in September in a lighter atmosphere than the one we had experienced the previous months.

It is clear that the accumulation of opposing directives has added confusion and the bad atmosphere has increased with new constraints.

As a result, what we thought was impractical in June became impossible in September. We have therefore decided to postpone our reopening to a time that we deem more favorable.

This choice was of course made in consultation with our staff, whose resilience commands respect, and whom I would like to thank here.

We will obviously keep you informed of the evolution according to the political or medical developments which now punctuate our common daily life. However, as it stands, we do not expect to see things improve anytime soon.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you again soon and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Olivier Schwennicke