A Waterloo restaurant that radiates heritage and refinement

A perfect blend of tradition and elegance, La Sucrerie and head chef Pierre De Bruyn breathe new life into French-Belgian classics.

With vaulted ceilings, stone columns and original brick walls accentuated by subdued lighting, La Sucrerie brings beauty to the region's industrial heritage. But it’s at the table that everything happens. Pierre De Bruyn runs free, using his his love of local and seasonal produce to create refined bistro-style cuisine that’s perfect for business lunches or social gatherings with friends and family.

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The restaurant La Sucrerie and its chef – a long and beautiful history

Pierre De Bruyn joined the kitchens at La Sucrerie more than 17 years ago after training with the president of the Académie Culinaire de France. Pierre is passionate about authentic produce, which he employs expertly thanks to his impeccable technique and extensive experience.



A Waterloo restaurant that chimes with the seasons

At La Sucrerie we pride ourselves on using local produce that changes with the seasons. The menu features classic Belgian and French dishes seasoned with a good dose of tradition and creative talent.

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La Sucrerie – a restaurant and bar in a historic setting 

A magnificently renovated gem of industrial heritage is home to La Sucrerie restaurant. The building’s sympathetic renovation has seen it retain the neoclassical elements that give it its charm, offering you a chance to journey back in time. The restaurant also has a terrace.


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