Style Weekly dines at Brux’l Café

A little bit of Belgium in the Fan.

Despite being extremely close to where I work everyday I have yet to stop by Brux’l Café (1731 West Main Street). After reading this review it’s something I plan to change very soon for one simple reason, “fries in the sandwich”.

Bring your appetite for the mitraillettes, translated as submachine guns, but here meaning baguettes stuffed with meat or vegetables, cheese and fries. Yes, fries in the sandwich. Don’t knock it till you’ve met the killer rib-eye version ($13), replete with tender steak, tomato, swiss cheese, shallots, fries and a mijolle sauce of Dijon mustard, white wine and mayo, a man handler of a sandwich if ever there was one.

Check out their dinner menu here (pdf) and brunch here (pdf) and they have an active Facebook page. The past two days they’ve been wrestling with AC issues but it should be fixed today (Thursday).

Image: Brux’l Cafe Facebook

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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