Aksum Coffee House is the place for fresh Ethiopian coffee. Whether you prefer a strong double espresso or a smooth caffèlatte, the taste is really something different. Our coffee is all organically grown and made from single origin beans. Our classic Marzocco espresso machine, Mazzer mills and trained baristas are further guarantees for a perfect coffee experience.

And there is more on offer than coffee. Try our African/fair trade drinks: Senegalese herbal teas, healthy baobab drinks, soft drinks from Côte d'Ivoire, South African wine and Ethiopian beer, for instance. Our cakes are made in a small local bakery. If you feel like taking beans home, you can choose between several regional origins. We'll grind the beans to suit your espresso or filter coffee machine or other brewing methods.While sipping your coffee, you can have a look at our exhibitions by various artists, often on African themes. We have free wi-fi access, too. Occasionally, we organise a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. Ask us for details.


We roast to order and supply our coffee to other retailers, cafes, and restaurants with or without our label. We would be happy to suggest you a coffee variety that makes a difference among your customers. Thanks to our powerful team and smooth strategies for logistics in place, we are able to provide premium quality coffees in large volumes. Give us a call and we can talk more!

Ask us for details.
Spoormakersstraat 60-62, 1000 Brussels
+32 484077695, +32 511 2304


Join us a franchise partner! Our franchise offer is established for partners who have a genuine passion for coffee and who appreciate the quality of the Aksum Coffee House brand. If you would like more information on our franchise proposition, just call us or get in touch via email.

    Andrew Kaiser
  • “I’ve tried coffee across the USA, the other capitals of Europe, and Australia and New Zealand and this café stands out from the rest with its extraordinary cappuccinos! From the beans to the preparation to the choice of cup - everything is proper!”

    Andrew Kaiser

Ethiopia in your cup