A magnificent restaurant in a magnificent location—a former granary bordering the Leie that was redesigned by the chef himself, Antoine Pinto. The large terrace leads to the ground floor's impressive bar, high tables, and cozy leather seats. The menu has daily fresh suggestions, and a three-course lunch is €15. Evening choices include modern twists on Belgian classics, such as local favorite Gents waterzooi prepared with Mechelse koekoek (a particularly
tasty local breed of chicken).
Mar 14, 2010
The location is overwhelming and the interior is extremely stylish although there are much better restaurants in the city for less money. It's obvious here you pay the architects, not the food.