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Delicious dining in Flanders

In the Rubens House you can admire the kitchen of the 17th century. Back then most cooking was done in the fireplace. With the help of a hearth chain, the cook could hang pots higher or lower. Sausages and fish would be hung to smoke on the mantelpiece. Fortunately, things are easier now.


Young and slightly older talent

Flanders remains a culinary hotspot today. Good food is quite simply in the DNA of Flemings. A visit to Flanders is always accompanied by delicious dining, which can be done at one of the following established venues:
- Sergio Herman and Nick Bril: The Jane
- Seppe Nobels: Graanmarkt 13
- Roger Van Damme: Het Gebaar
- Peter Goossens: Hof van Cleve
Looking for Michelin-starred restaurants in Flanders? View the list here.

Flanders has a broad culinary offer: at every bar, at every table and for every budget. Our top chefs will pamper you in their restaurant, but you can also visit our bistros for a delicious menu, or a food truck. Flemish gastronomy also has an abundance of talented young top chefs. The best are awarded the title ‘Flanders Kitchen Rebel’. They stand for innovation, creation and no-nonsense. They cook in the open-air, underground and could even have prepared the most delicious meal in a 17th-century kitchen. Hungry for a meal by the Flanders Kitchen Rebels? Go here to see what kitchens these chefs are working in.

Peter Paul Rubens' kitchen

Peter Paul Rubens' kitchen - © Instagram lekcje_polskiego - Source

The Jane's kitchen

The Jane's kitchen - © Instagram thejaneantwerp - Source

Bacchus_003 - The Jane Antwerp (c) Eric Kleinberg Photography copyright always obligatory

The Jane - © Eric Kleinberg Photography

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