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Chez Alfred offers traditional Belgian cuisine prepared by the minute by the chefs in our restaurants. No-frills, healthy, hearty dishes, simmered with ultra-fresh products of irreproachable quality, carefully selected from small local producers. Chez Alfred makes the difference because its team is available 7 days a week to provide service identical to that of a restaurant to its customers. Available for delivery and take-out.
Our restaurant is currently closed following the latest Covid regulations decided by the government.
The Savoy’s team
Open 7/7 from 10:00 am to 11:00pm (last order) – No reservation – Tea room. Reception room on the first floor.
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
We accept the following credit cards : Maestro, Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Dining room managers : Mégane Armslag and Duy Ngo
Chef : Jean-Marc Lucas
Our other facilities : Grand Forestier, Vieux Saint-Martin, Les Chambres de Martin, Chez Alfred
For booking please contact us by phone at 02/513.49.17 or email us at email@example.com.
- 1890: Birth of Joseph Niels, son of farmers from Pajottenland (Hal Enghien Ninove). A disease wipes out the livestock and the prospects at the farm vanish.
- 1908: Joseph Niels decides to go to Great-Britain and he begins to work in the Savoy Hotel in London.
- 1915: Joseph Niels returns to Belgium. He becomes the director of the restaurant called La Taverne Royale in the Queens Gallery.
- 1924: Joseph Niels creates the recipe for the dish entitled Filet Américain, which is still the same today.
- 1926: Joseph Niels creates the hotel-restaurant Canterbury located at 129 Boulevard Emile Jacqmain.
- 1935: Independant Pavilion at the Brussels World Exhibition.
- 1940: Decease of Joseph Niels. His sons Albert (1917-1978) and Georges (1919-2000) continue his work.
- 1948: Opening of the shop Nielsvins. Albert and George Niels run the restaurant La Couronne located on the Brussels Grand Place. They also own the restaurant The Claridge located in Buenos Aires for two years.
- 1958: The Argentine government ask Albert and Georges Niels to represent the Argentine Pavilion at the Brussels World Exhibition. Then Albert and George Niels decide to each go their separate ways. Albert Niels continues to work with his sons Michel, Philippe and Albert-Jean.
- 1968: Opening of the restaurant Au Vieux Saint Martin on the Grand Sablon.
- 1971: Opening of the restaurant La Marie-Joseph located at the Fishmarket.
- 1974: Opening of the restaurant Au Duc d’Arenberg on the Petit Sablon.
- 1978: Decease of Albert Niels. His sons take over the business but Michel quickly decides to go his separate way.
- 1992: Opening of the restaurant Le Canterbury in Ixelles.
- 2011: Albert -Jean and Philippe Niels decide to part paths and to work with their respective children. Albert-Jean with his son Frédéric run the restaurant Au Vieux Saint Martin.
- 2015: Opening of the restaurant Au Grand Forestier in Watermael-Boitsfort.
- 2017: Opening of Les Chambres de Martin above the restaurant Au Vieux Saint Martin.
- 2018: Opening of the restaurant Au Savoy in Place Georges Brugmann in Ixelles.
- 2020: Opening of Chez Alfred, our delivery and take out service for cooked meals.
Welcome Au Savoy 🙂 Place Georges Brugmann, 35. 1050 Ixelles Open 7/7 from 8:00am to 22:30pm (except on Friday and Saturday to 23:30pm) – No reservation – firstname.lastname@example.org