87 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
When fairground travelers Antoine Harris and his wife came with the 1948 fair on the Place Jourdanplein, people were queuing non-stop to taste from their handmade fries. Because of this huge success, they decided to stay and open a proper business on the Place Jourdanplein.
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Chosen by the Brussels people as the best friterie in town. During peak hours the waiting queue can be up to 45 minutes. You can take your fries to most bars on the square and eat them there.
Nice traditionnal belgian "Friterie" (french fries) You eat outside only, but the bars around the Friterie allows you to eat inside if you drink something.
BEST FRIES OF THE CITY ! Because you cannot visit brussels and experience French fries with a delicious beer on Place Jourdan. Most sourrounding bars will allow you to buy your fries from Maison Antoine and sit at their terrasse to order a beer.
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