After sharing with you my favourite lunch spots in Brussels for an indulgent midday break, it’s time to reveal the best addresses in town when it comes to a tasty yet healthy lunch that won’t sabotage your diet or your wallet.



ICI happens to be one of my favourite brunch spots in Brussels but their lunch is pretty good too! Choose between healthy salads with a side of meat or fish, sandwiches (the foie gras croque is my favourite!) and the special dish of the day. > Read the full review here <



Tan is a great option whether you’re a vegetarian or not as it offers “living food”, i.e. ingredients are prepared at low temperatures or retained raw to preserve all their nutritious value (vitamins, enzymes and minerals) that are otherwise destroyed. The lunch set menu is a real bargain and includes a starter and a main dish (vegetarian or not). > Read the full review here <



Knees to Chin in Chatelain revisits the traditional rice paper rolls and creates a whole new concept of Asian-inspired street food with a healthy twist. The rolls are fresh, low in gluten and filled with a good amount of veggies. > Read the full review here <



If you’re looking for a quick yet healthy bite, pop by Monfood close to Parc Royal. Dishes are vegan, organic, gluten and lactose free and based only in vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds. Living food at its best! You can either take away your meal or enjoy it at their modern space. > Read the full review here <



Whether you’re working in the Gare du Midi area, travelling to or from Brussels or looking for a new spot to try, Mammouth will not disappoint you. There’s free wifi, delicious healthy food and very kind staff to take good care of you. > Read the full review here <

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The food at this concept store is healthy, made with local, organic ingredients and is packed with goodness. Come for breakfast, lunch or (my favourite!) brunch and – why not? – a bit of shopping.  > Read the full review here <

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A ray of sunshine in the otherwise grey area around the Midi station where everything is prepared with organic, seasonal and local products while trying to minimise waste – a great concept we could all learn from. The menu changes daily and includes vegetarian dishes. > Read the full review here <

Have you tried any of these places? What are your favorite spots for a healthy lunch in Brussels?

Sandy (@smarksthespots)