The Zeeuws-Flemish seaside resort of Cadzand will receive in september a new restaurant of Sergio Herman. His third, meanwhile, after Pure C and The Jane.
Cadzand, the quiet seaside town just across the Belgian border, already had a restaurant of Sergio Herman, Pure C. In september he opens a second ‘low-threshold case, based on the traditional kitchen, and with a tough, timeless look’, said the chef during a press conference.
The map will include a ‘fish out of the oven, grilled lobster, mussels, a nice piece of meat, a nice chicken of the rotisserie’, mention. “The classic kitchen where everyone is crying,” he says in het Nieuwsblad.
With the new restaurant wants to be the chef pays tribute to his sick father.
“I have already twice tried to get into the spirit of my father, something simple in the market to convert (The Jane and Pure C). Each time that failed because the ambition was always shifted. Now should that happen, because pa is the founder of who I am.”
Sergio is also planning to ‘take away cafe’ in the Beach hotel, where Pure C is to be found. The building is being renovated. Here he wants in the long term under more drinks and sandwiches with goodies from the region, such as fresh peeled shrimp, to the right man. There will also be a shop, tea – and aperobar be opened.
Cadzand is a stone’s throw of the place where he the business of his father in the eighties, still one of the best mosselrestaurants of the Benelux took over and built into driesterrenrestaurant Oud Sluis.
The master had previously understood that there are still big projects on the lift. “We also want to expand to several European cities. But for that I need first appropriate personnel. Otherwise I start not to, ” he said in the spring. (DB)