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Antwerpen

This is chocolate heaven!

The Jane in a former Military Chapel is a restaurant of it's kind!

This used to be Sergio Herman's baby, today the 2 Michelin Star Chef cook Nick Bril  is in charge of the  kitchen.

The kitchen team uses fresh and local indgredients. The atmosphere is really, really special and the fantastic food an unforgettable experience.

 

Tips for To Dos and recommended activities
  • buy your wife a Diamond...or two....! See the Diamond Museum
  • walk through the old village of Antwerpen and taste all the delicacies
  • take a boat tour through the Harbour, the second largest Harbour of Europe
  • go to Grote Market
  • walk along the Schelde River
  • Antwerpen is a Fashion town, check out the stores of Ann Demeulemeester or Walter van Beirendonck
  • And yes, this is chocolate heaven!

 

 

 


Tips for where to eat and recommended restaurants

The Jane

At the beginning, this was Sergio Hermans pride….

The Jane is set in the former chapel of the Military Hospital. The chapel as well as the surrounding site have been completely renovated after years of emptiness. Piet Boon took care of the restaurant’s design and together with various artists and craftspeople he made sure The Jane became a real gem.

Today, the 2 Michelin star Chef Nick Bril is head of the kitchen.  His signature style is still influenced by Sergio Herman. The kitchen Team uses fresh and local indgredients. The atmosphere is really, really special and the fantastic food an unforgettable experience!

Restaurant Zuiderterras

Understated Chic!

In an outstanding Antwerp setting in terms of architecture, interior decoration, art and design, lunch or dinner at RAS goes beyond food. It is an unforgettable total experience; an opportunity to enjoy spending time with friends, family or business relations. While your taste buds are pampered, let yourself be carried along by the timeless flow of the water.

Best sole ever...!

Tips for where to sleep and recommended hotels

Hotel  Quartier Latin - Antwerpen

Behind this façade with high entrance door you will find the access to a stylish boutique hotel where a rich history and a modern interior flow together.

The name Quartier Latin was chosen because the hotel is located in the “Theater neighborhood”, the “Quartier Latin” of Antwerp. The heart of the city is in this neighborhood. Several theaters are just a stone’s throw away from each other. The shopping streets Leopoldstraat, Schuttershofstraat, Huidevetterstraat and Meir are just a few minutes walking distance behind the corner. Yet the hotel is located in a very calm and residential street.

In the Rooms you will find lots of love to the Detail and the host as well as  her son are more than charmig! 



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