Gent Watertoerist is a company that runs canal cruises. Enjoy the relative serenity of being on a boat, and see Ghent in a whole new...
Ghent’s soaring Unesco-listed 14th-century belfry is topped by a large dragon. That’s a weathervane not a fire breather and it’s become...
To admire Ghent’s towers and gables at their most photogenic, stand just west of the little Grasbrug bridge at dusk. It’s a truly...
Clockwork Orange style 1970s-retro lounge with beanbag seats around low luminous tables.
A couple of years old but still wearing the crown around town. This big brasserie/restaurant occupies a 13th-century warehouse with a...
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Lonely Planet review
This hip, if mildly ostentatious, modern brasserie-bar-restaurant is set in a magnificently restored former textile warehouse. It retains the original century-old wrought ironwork and an incredible roof. It’s well worth popping inside even if you only stop for a drink.