Belgian Restaurant to Open in London

Heads up, foodies! We hear that one of Belgium's oldest and most popular restaurants, Chez Léon, is opening a new outlet in London today. Léon De Bruxelles will serve 11 types of mussel dishes, along with hearty Flemish cuisine, Belgian beer and Belgian waffles (pictured right). Belgian afternoon tea will launch later this year.

According to VisitLondon.com, Entrepreneur Léon Vanlanker first opened Chez Léon in Rue Des Bouchers in the heart of Brussels in 1893.

Léon De Bruxelles will be located at 24 Cambridge Circus in London.

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