There has long been talked about, but soon will the Holy Food Market finally become a reality. The new hotspot will open its doors on February 24, in the Ghent Baudelokapel.
We have to wait a long time, but over a few weeks, it is so far as: the 16th-century Baudelo-abbey in the centre of Ghent is starting on February 24, the valhalla of all who likes good food. The former church, monastery, library and kunstcampus look, after a period of vacancy, to a new future as a restaurant and foodmarkt, for which the foodhallen in Barcelona, Rotterdam and Copenhagen model were.
Fifteen food concepts have established themselves in the old chapel, going from Lebanese about Russian to a krokettenkraam. The snacks in hostievorm you can flush with heavenly cocktails or at the counter of the beer bar. Quit do you, of course, with something sweet: what do you think of an ice-cream, chocolates or cuberdons (after all, we are in Ghent).
The ground floor is for the gourmets during the day, the first floor for night-time sinners. From 25 march, settled there, namely the H-Club, on Thursday, Saturday and Monday will be open.
Beverhoutplein 15, 9000 Gent
HOLY FOOD MARKET:
Monday – Friday from 11h to 22h
Saturday – Sunday from 11am to 23pm
H-CLUB: (Open from 25 march)
Thursday, Saturday and Monday from 17h to 23h (bar) and from 23h to 6h