This 15th-century church lends its name to the St Anna quarter that fans out east of here.
The Kantcentrum displays a collection of lace in a row of interlinked old cottages. The centre’s main attraction is that (afternoons...
Providing a truly intimate eating experience in a lovely old gabled building, the owner serves classic Belgian dishes such as meatballs...
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Lonely Planet review
Chef Geert Van Hecke's intricate combinations, such as stuffed courgette with poached quail eggs, caviar, king crab and mousseline champagne, have earned him a trio of Michelin stars. The setting is slightly austere, but gourmands will be too busy swooning to notice. Lunch menus are a good deal. Book well ahead, especially for weekends.