Ever since hitting the charts with ‘Hold back the river’, his fellow artists have been praising James Bay for his undeniable capability to move people through his poignantly written lyrics and music. Is he the raw talent that today’s music industry is lacking?
Those who live in Antwerp have surely heard about Barnini. Well, Kaffeenini is founded by the same owners and is at least as enticing as Barnini. Kaffeenini differs from its older sister as it is slightly bigger but it still offers the same menu. The only addition made is the toothsome Flammkuchen, a thin-crust pizza made with crème fraîche, smoked lardons and sliced onions. (You can thank me later!)
This lunch spot has definitely made a name for itself in the Antwerp food scene. It is located in the historical centre of the city where people hold auctions each Friday. It has by far the most prominent terrace in town as it immediately catches your eye with the colourful chairs and charming lamps. Head here on a sunny afternoon to enjoy the square, or find a snug spot inside.
This newbie opened its doors in September so I decided to stop by to have a quick bite to eat. I must say, the classy lunch spot failed to disappoint me. The interior is simple but stylish and makes you feel at ease right away.
If lunchtime calls, look no further than this lunch place run by a very sweet and friendly couple. It is located in the heart of the South of Antwerp and the perfect stop if you’re visiting the art museums.
For those who have yet to try Cordoba, there is not a single reason to postpone an enjoyable lunch at this lively hotspot. Cordoba is my absolute favourite for a delightful get-together with friends. It’s located next to the famous and extraordinary MAS, Museum Aan de Stroom, so if the weather gods are benevolent you can enjoy the beautiful view while having lunch on the cosy terrace.