Why do the French no longer like Belgian ‘moules-frites’? “De Bruxelles, it no longer sells”


He carries himself in his grave, Léon Vanlancker, the man who laid the foundation of the popular mussel restaurant Chez Léon in 1893 with his chip shop in the rue des Bouchers. The French brother Léon de Bruxelles – eighty restaurants – is now scrapping any reference to the Brussels roots and becomes simply Léon. “Well, Brussels, that doesn’t sell anymore.”

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