Browsing Category

Eating out

Chef’s Secret: Christophe Hardiquest – Bon Bon

Located in the beautiful green quarters of Brussels, the capital of Europe, there’s one of Belgium’s most loved places for gourmands: Restaurant Bon-Bon. In fact chef Christophe Hardiquest is probably the best representative of the Belgian culinary identity, combining classic, flavourful cooking techniques with contemporary influences and a huge love for local produce and preparations.
Read more

Chef’s Secret: Jonnie & Thérèse Boer at De Librije

To be honest, we must say there are a couple of restaurants that we really adore, places that are just so good, that you’re looking forward to your next visit from the minute the previous one has come to an end. And when a restaurant can meet those extremely high expectations, you know it’s simply top-notch. De Librije in Zwolle is definitely such a restaurant. The former women’s prison, has been turned into a culinary temple where it’s impossible to remain indifferent. The place arouses the heart and the senses instantly, what proves that high-end gastronomy is so much more than extremely tasty food. It’s about an overall experience, a journey, an adventure. Read more

The Best Chef Awards 2018

The_Best_Chef_Awards_Milan_2018

On the 1st of October the results of The Best Chef Awards 2018 have been announced at the gala evening at the Teatro Vetra in Milan. In the presence of more than 300 chefs and industry professionals, chef Joan Roca won the Barilla Top300 Award of The Best Chef, followed by chef Rene Redzepi in the second and chef David Munoz in the third place. 4th place went to Bjorn Franzen and 5th to Jonnie Boer. The category rankings look totally different from last year, with winners from Italy, Dubai, Puerto Rico, Sweden and the US. The 2018 list includes chefs from 41 countries worldwide. Read more

Chef’s Secret: Jarno Eggen – De Groene Lantaarn

Today the collab between The Best Chef and Hungry for More brings us to chef Jarno Eggen of restaurant De Groene Lantaarn in The Netherlands. This top chef is famous for his classic cuisine (based on regional and seasonal produce), his passion and his profound knowledge of cooking techniques.
Read more

Chef’s Secret: Stéphane Buron & Michel Rochedy – Le Chabichou

In the mundane mountain town of Courchevel, there’s a unique, well-known building with a rustic white façade. It’s the home of Le Chabichou, one of the most famous hotel – restaurants in the area. Chefs Stéphane Buron and Michel Rochedy present a refined gastronomic cuisine in a wonderful atmosphere. Read more

Chef’s Secret: Soenil Bahadoer at De Lindehof

Restaurant De Lindehof van chef Soenil Bahadoer

Chef Soenil Bahadoer definitely knows how to surprise and amaze the gastronomic world with his cultural melting pot of the classical French cuisine and spicy, exotic cooking. Although both styles might sound contradictory, the result is balanced and extremely tasty. But there’s one important condition to enjoy Soenil’s culinary art to the fullest: at his restaurant De Lindehof you need to open your mind and senses to experience something new and different. Soenil surely knows how to tickle the taste buds with his unique way of combining elements from Suriname, Asia and Europe in his dishes. Dining at restaurant De Lindehof is a truly fantastic journey around the culinary world, all put together in a harmonious gastronomic experience.
Read more

The Best Chef TOP300

As official partner we are proud to announce that the global selection of The Best Chef TOP300 is here with all finalists in the running to win The Best Chef Award 2018. The Best Chef Awards Gala will be held later this year on 1st October 2018 in Milan. Read more

Chef’s Secret – Heinrich Schneider at Terra Restaurant

Amidst the South-Tyrolean mountains and landscapes near Val Sarentino a small, lonely, winding road brings you to Terra – The Magic Place. This restaurant and hotel – formerly known as Auenerhof – is part of Relais & Châteaux and is the perfect hideaway for bon vivants. For ‘Chef’s Secret’ – the collaboration between The Best Chef Awards and Hungry for More, we visited chef Heinrich Schneider and hostess Gisela Schneider to talk about their inspiration. Read more

Chef’s Secret: Jannis Brevet at Inter Scaldes

Zealeand in The Netherlands, famous for it’s beautiful dunes, the calm atmosphere and the nice views. However, our motivation to drive up to Kruiningen is the high-end gastronomic offer of Manoir Restaurant Inter Scaldes. For years it has been a fixture in the Dutch culinary landscape with a score of 19,5/20 according to Gault & Millau and three Michelin-stars. For ‘Chef’s Secret’ – the collaboration between The Best Chef Awards and Hungry for More, we’re happy pay chef Jannis Brevet and hostess Claudia Brevet a visit, in search of the secret for their success. Read more

Hungry Chef: Frederic Chastro en Adriana Zafiris – Sōma

Frederic Chastro en Adriana Zafiris bij Sōma

S.Pellegrino ‘Hungry Chef’, stop number 2: Frederic Chastro. Together with his partner Adriana, he is the driving force of Sōma restaurant in Antwerp. Taste, aesthetics and a personal approach, that’s the core of Sōma’s philosophy. It’s a unique concept with only 16 seats and an open kitchen, where Frederic and Adriana pamper their guests.
Read more

Hungry Chef: Anthony Snoeck of Carcasse

Anthony Snoeck bij Carcasse

S.Pellegrino Hungry Chef, stop number 1: Carcasse, Sint-Idesbald. A real meat restaurant, with attention to quality, authenticity and contemporary trends. As a result of their passion and skills they received their first Michelin star in 2017. Welcome at the restaurant of Hendrik Dierendonck, the perfect place for meat lovers. Let’s have a chat with chef Anthony Snoeck here.
Read more

Hostellerie Le Prieuré Saint-Géry

Restaurant Le Prieuré Saint-Géry by Hungry for More

What’s better than a culinary weekend in the French speaking part of Belgium. The green hilly fields, the woods and the charming villages are just the perfect setting to relax and unwind. Hostellerie Le Prieuré Saint-Géry in Beaumont is one of those places where time seems to be fluid. When you’re enjoying yourself it feels like an endless moment of joy, but on the other hand that feeling goes away way too fast. This beautiful place has a lot to offer: a cosy and classic interior, a warm and friendly service and a decent, gastronomic cooking style.
Read more

Sucede Restaurant, Valencia

Sucede Restaurant Valencia

Sucede might be one of the most beautifully designed restaurants in Valencia and in combination with an overnight stay in the Caro Hotel it’s a good place for an intimate tête-à-tête. The food is all about creativity, surprises and uniqueness.
Read more

El Poblet, Valencia

El_Poblet_Valencia_Hungry_for_More

No doubt El Poblet* is one of the best restaurants in Valencia. The visionary approach of founding father Quique Dacosta combined with the vibrant city vibes and the competent team creates magical moments for foodies. We just can’t imagine a better start to discover Valencia than by having lunch at El Poblet*. Continue reading to discover the story.
Read more

Restaurant Bareiss, Baiersbronn

Bareiss Hotel Restaurant by Hungry for More

Restaurant Bareiss has taken classic cooking to the very highest level, with quality, flavour and hospitality in pride of place. And all this in the idyllic surroundings of the delightful Black Forest…
Read more