While waiting for the light to change at the intersection of Houston Avenue and Crockett just north of Downtown, I noticed the bistro tables and chairs on the sidewalk and the charming façade of Café Brussels. After checking the well-designed website, my husband and I went there for Sunday brunch (choice of selections from three courses for $20). The menu is in French and English. Our meal was delightful, starting with La Soupe du Jour and Toast Norvegian followed by La Salade Liégeoise and Omelette Campagnarde. Dessert was the Classic Brussels Waffle with strawberries and whipped cream and La Crêpe Speculoos. A flight of wines allowed us to sample the various available by the glass. We noticed a number of tables being served a covered pot which, we learned, contained Les Moules (mussels), a specialty of the restaurant prepared in a variety of ways. In retrospect, I am glad to have taken that fortuitous detour from my normal route that day! We will return soon!