- Main course: 0€
- Food spend: 100€
- Opening hours
- Wednesday to Sunday: 12:00 - 19:00
The very unique combination of Californian and Asian cuisine at Jan Verhelst gives diners a new world of flavours. With classical cooking techniques, Chef Jan Verhelst creates a surprising menu inspired by seasonal products in Eke-Nazareth every day.
The chef combines elements of classic cuisine, with the natural flavours of common and lesser known ingredients. Away from heavy, cloying sauces, the lightness of the dishes dominates in Lotus Roots. Exclusively fresh and healthy fine ingredients are used for the Californian-Asian creations. A wide range of international, and especially Californian wines, complements the 9 daily-fresh dishes of the Lotus Root menu.
Very stylish modern design is enlivened by colourful paintings on the walls, creating a harmonious atmosphere in Jan Verhelst. Conforming to the philosophy of the kitchen, you can dine in the Jan Verhelst restaurant in a light and fresh atmosphere.
The restaurant is located in the district Eke, 5 km from the exit E17 in De Pinte, and 15 km from Ghent. From Eke-Nazareth station, it is a 10-minute walk to the Jan Verhelst in Stationsstraat.
Stationsstraat 33, 9810, Eke
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Customer reviews for Jan Verhelst
((((( 9 November 2015 by Bart Leroy from Ghent
An undoubtedly very gifted Chef, Jan VERHELST delivers stunning dishes, brought to the table as little paintings, which often are excursions into taste territory unknown. His inspiration comes from his thorough Belgian culinary training, enhanced by his international experience (California), which has allowed him to use what our World brings as far as ingredients is concerned. In the multiple courses, the number of which you choose, a true symphony of World tastes prevails. In addition, it helps that the Chef uses his creativity without sacrificing an essential aspect of dining: that you still fully recognise what is on your plate. Located in the little town of Eke-Nazareth, it is surely more than worth the 20 minute trip by car/taxi from Ghent city centre, if you have an interest in foodie culture.
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