New in Town: Croqino’s

A new ‘fast-casual’ restaurant has opened on the beautiful and breezy street facing the Leie. The idea for Croqino’s was born over a year and a half ago, but years before diving into the restaurant business, Els de Weyn and her husband Rik always knew they wanted to open something in Ghent. The open and alternative food atmosphereContinue reading “New in Town: Croqino’s”

New in Town: Comida

…Burritos aren’t mexican! As a Tex-Mexican living in Belgium, I’ve seen and visited my share of ‘Mexican’ food spots with high hopes. Usually, these places are fast food concepts consisting of burritos and uninspired nachos. Don’t get me wrong – burritos can be delicious, but they’re not really Mexican. As I talked to PROOF, Palenque,Continue reading “New in Town: Comida”

New in Town: Kin Khao

Kin Khao – “let’s eat” Belgian native and Kin Khao owner Dominque Rongé didn’t just become inspired by Thailand on a trip, he actually lived there for 10 years. As a hospitality professional, he enjoyed some of the most beautiful destinations Thailand has to offer. It was also there that he met his partner and chef SantisukContinue reading “New in Town: Kin Khao”