The Ultimate Kid's Table
BRUSSELS, Belgium --Bookshops can be found in virtually any metropolitan city throughout the world. But in Brussels, bookshops are particularly revered.
In fact, most Brussels stores are closed on Sundays -- except for bookshops.
It's a favorite pastime for locals (as well as expatriates like me) to take in the city’s finest bookshops on a late Sunday afternoon.
And you should see how our favorite bookstore called Cook and Book makes up a kid's lunch table. ( See above photo. )
A little bit about COOK AND BOOK as follows:
Cook and Book is a store consisting of nine mini-bookshops and two restaurants, all under two roofs. Each bookshop carries a central theme.
For example, there is a travel room, a lifestyle and interior decorating room, an art room, a music room, a children’s room, etc. But each of the theme rooms goes beyond the norm.
My children particularly loved the travel room where an Airstream mini-plane is converted into a dining table for eight people.
The Sunday Brunch Buffet is very popular with locals and tourists alike, so reservations should be booked as far in advance as possible. In addition, a lovely outdoor courtyard in front of the bookshop offers kid-oriented entertainment including a playground and a small fleet of mini-scooters.
But the real find is the one of the worlds most awesome kid's table: Lunch for two inside a vintage car.
It's a really awesome experience for kids, don't you think?