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L'Enfant Terrible

Address

Chaussée de Saint-Job 666
Sint-Jobsesteenweg
1180 Uccle
Belgium

Type of architecture

Regionalist

Type of venue/site

Restaurant

Characteristics

Balcony
Timber framing
Stairs
Ironwork
Industrial
Toilets

Formerly well known to night owls under the name "L'Imprimerie", this establishment has 2 floors on a mezzanine floor, in neo-industrial style with exposed steel beams, red brick walls and large wooden beams. A micro-brewery consisting of several large steel and copper vats gives a special character to the place.
The entrance is made up of 2 rooms in a row, warm and separate from the restaurant. The second room has a large cloakroom and gives access to the main room. This room has a very large bar, a professional kitchen and can accommodate up to 50 people. The first floor can be accessed via a double wooden staircase that leads up to both sides of the restaurant. There is a second bar, a large cosy room (wood spirit) and can accommodate up to 50 people.
There are more than 20 large black and white photos of music legends printed on metal.
A white piano (Yamaha 1/4) is a central element and has been decorated by Brussels artist Charley Case.

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