Made in Belgium

Immerse yourself in an entirely Belgian universe in this pop-up café, imagined by renowned architect-designer Charles Kaisin in collaboration with design agency Creneau International. Covering the space entirely in Kaisin’s surrealist print – featuring a series of overlapping spheres in red, black and yellow, inspired by the shape of a football, in a nod to the Belgian Red Devils, and the Atomium.

There you can enjoy traditional Belgian cuisine, such as coffee and croissants for breakfast, charcuterie and cheese platters – served on wooden boards in the shape of Belgium – bagels, ice creams, Belgian beers and much more.

Plus, a selection of homeware souvenirs including serving platters, aprons, umbrellas and more let you take the experience home with you. Open from April to September, the unique space will even house a ball pool on the invitation-only mezzanine level for that perfect Instagram-worthy shot.

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