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
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.
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…
Do you want to enjoy gastronomic food at a triple A location? Then restaurant ‘t Zilte is the place to be. There are few places that appeal as much to the imagination as the top floor of the MAS in Antwerp, and even more if you know that you are not only spoiled with breathtaking views, but here, your taste buds too will be taken care of.
Rolling landscapes, picturesque towns and lots of green, that is all it takes to make us feel we are on the other side of the language barrier. You don’t even have to drive that far and BAM, you will get an instant holiday feeling. As relaxation and delicious culinary enjoyment are the perfect combination, today’s final destination is the renovated restaurant ‘Le Coq aux Champs’* in Soheit-Tinlot. Hungry and curious? Check!
Innesto Restaurant in Houthalen guarantees sophisticated cuisine with a good balance of taste. During the “Jong Keukengeweld-actie” (The Young Kitchen Talent Campaign), young chef Koen Verjans invites young people between the age of 18 and 30 to taste extraordinary, casual, stylish and creative gastronomy. Enjoy!
To fans of creative cuisine chef Danny Vanderhoven will certainly be no stranger. He exchanged his restaurant in Rekem for another one in a new building about two years ago. And one with class, that is the least you can say, as the beautiful location of the Terhills hotel in Maasmechelen matches perfectly with the style and richness of Danny’s kitchen. That’s our conclusion after a nice, relaxing lunch in the restaurant. The perfect way to start a weekend away.
Welcome at restaurant Nuance in Duffel. Stylish, tasteful and personal. Three basic elements that characterize and make restaurant Nuance a place worth to visit.
L’Air du Temps is situated in the middle of the fields, at a stone’s throw from Namur and Leuven in an environment that seems pretty much the epitome of ultimate tranquillity. This is a restaurant that has rightly built a solid reputation by responding perfectly to the needs and expectations of today’s value seeker in the world of gastronomy. Here, it is not just about good food, top products and an über-professional service. The location and cuisine of Chef Sang-Hoon Degeimbre guarantee an exquisite experience. Would you like to know more? Then please continue reading. It only gets better. 🙂 Read more
As the first ”starred” restaurant in Hungary, everyone in Budapest knows Costes. In 2015 this classic of the high-end dining trade gained a trendy sister, called Costes Downtown, in the centre of town. Within a year the youngest member of the Costes family had already pocketed a Michelin star. And rightly so, for of all the places we visited in Budapest this might just have been our favourite. Read more
The Andalusian gastronomic scene is buzzing today like never before. About 30 chefs are committed to promote the local cuisine under the name of Gastroarte, where the fantastic regional products and traditional dishes are done justice by further refining and modernizing them and by developing creative interpretations. One of the highlights of this region is chef Kisko García, the man behind Restaurante Choco in Córdoba. We want to know more! Read more
As is our habit every year, at the end of the summer we made a visit to Pure C. It’s always a surprise, a new experience and good to see them. Because Pure C – well it’s pure enjoyment! Sheer food porn, that’s what you find in every idea of Sergio Herman. Working with Syrco Bakker he’s created an ode to Zeeland, the World, and Life. Outstanding dishes and drinks, a first class interior and a nice view. What more could anyone want? Read more
We all have our favorite restaurants and chefs. We like their style, food and concept, so we go and visit them over and over again. But of course we also love to discover everything that’s new and trending. There’s no better place to explore the Belgian food scene than Culinaria. This year, Culinaria had a new look and concept: Autumn by Audi.
Right in the middle of Budapest centre, close to the Basilica, there’s Borkonyha Winekitchen. Its cooking style is a combination of the French bistro style and contemporary Hungarian influence. The restaurant is stylish inside, and in summer you can also find a place to sit outside on the roomy and attractive terrace. The restaurant already has a Michelin star and simply has to go on any foodie’s “must visit” list for Budapest. Read more
In Budapest, the restaurant absolutely everyone’s talking about is the Onyx, synonymous with pure luxury and classic gastronomy. Everywhere in Onyx, tradition strengthens evolution under Head Chef Támas Széll. Tamás has just won the prestigious 2016 Bocuse d’Or Europe. So all things considered you immediately sense the restaurant’s ambition to earn a second Michelin Star.