I haven't written an individual post on a restaurant for a long time now. Simply, because I think that most people are more interested in an overview of several places, rather than reading 10 posts about different places (Tell me if I am wrong, I am happy to change this). Also, it obviously takes up more time, which I don't always have. But this one here is worth it.
Kitchen 151 deserves its own post - and here is why. First of all, I've spotted the place already during my first weekend here in Brussels in the beginning of November. As always, I start exploring the city by walking around, making a turn into little streets and discovering hidden places. So I had a look at their menu and it sounded very appealing, Middle eastern cuisine with an Ottolenghi-ish twist. The interior looked a lot like places that I normally like to go to; simple, yet nicely decorated - lightbulbs hanging from the ceiling, decorated with flowers, colorful water jugs and dried flowers - a wooden floor, simple wooden tables, pastel colors and that cosy feeling that you get when entering the place and sitting down.