Top chef Sergio Herman opens Friday, his first French Fries Atelier Amsterdam on Belgian soil: in Antwerp, Korte Gasthuisstraat.
Also the inhabitants of antwerp can get acquainted with the luxefrieten of Sergio Herman. The michelin-starred chef opens Friday, the first Belgian branch of French Fries Atelier, Amsterdam, in the Short Gasthuisstraat, opposite bakery Goossens.
The project – that all three branches counts in the Netherlands – has as purpose to chips of high quality to serve – and accessible to everyone – which, in addition to the taste, the comfort and hospitality have an important role to play. That he explained this morning yet again on Studio Brussel. “I think that, in Flanders, fantastic fries are fried, but we are still just a bit different. We will also go for a piece of mind in the experience. The case radiates craft, you’ll end up in a kind of studio. But the focus is mainly on the fries.’
Only the best is good enough. In the luxefrituur he uses only the Zeeland varieties. There are some fine sauces which regularly will change, all invented by Herman. Such as creations on the basis of basil, pepper, truffle, béarnaise, and the real Belgian mayonnaise. Under the so-called ‘Specials’ on top’ include Flemish beef stew and New York Pastrami. As a bonus, provide a vegetable is between 5 and 7.5 euros will cost.
There are also some creative minds involved in the project, such as the Belgian cartoonist Kamagurka. He design of the napkins, which funny drawings.