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Pastorale
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Pastorale

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Pastorale

  • Creative cooking

restaurant
Rates and services

Menus 65-175 EUR s.i. Carte 140-175 EUR s.i.

Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 EUR = 1.16 USD

Weekly closing

lunch from Saturday to Monday, Monday evening, Sunday evening.

Annual closing

From April 1st to 18th, from July 14th to August 15th, from December 27th to January 9th, May 1st.

Discover the restaurant

In the town of Reet, a few kilometres south of Anvers, you’ll find the bastion of Belgian gastronomy: Pastorale and chef Bart de Pooter with 2 Michelin stars since 2006. Here, the chef creates very personal, avant-garde, extremely skilful and imaginative cuisine that borrows as much from traditional Flemish cuisine as it does from Asian cuisine. Voted Chef of the Year in 2012 by Gault & Millau, he describes his cuisine as a biotope in which flora, fauna and water are prolific. Where oyster and celery are used to create a delicious union, sea urchin and fennel provide an echo in a studied pictorial composition. In the dining room, design reigns supreme with wooden sculptures creating the perfect setting for this exquisite cuisine.

Bart de Pooter

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