Right next to Antwerp For Two you will find TINSELThe best breakfast place in town. Many of our guests choose to have breakfast outside the room and then you quickly end up here. Come by for seasonal dishes, refreshing drinks, good coffee & nice vibes. Vegetarians and vegans are also welcome here. Open on weekends from 9am. Check here the menu
A few minutes' walk in the cozy Lange Koepoortstraat you will find ToiToiToi. A very nice place where coffee and local culture are the most important ingredients. In addition to the breakfast menu, there is room for art & design. Where possible, they work with organic and local ingredients, simply because they can and to keep the impact on the environment, animals and humans as low as possible.
Just stay in the room for a long time and have breakfast in the room (15 € / pp) is also possible. Give us a call in advance at what time you want it and we will bring a wonderfully filled basket to your room door at the agreed time. Pistolets and croissants from the local bakery, a selection of salty and sweet fillings, cereals, milk, yoghurt and fruit juice.
RESTAURANT VICTOR After several years in the kitchen at Dôme and the London Frenchie, young chef Victor Avonds is now ready for her own business, where you can also just go for a drink. High quality food in a casual atmosphere. Just on the Sint-Paulusplaats, a few meters from the B&B.
At SCHNITZEL ANTWERPEN you can go for small partial dishes (such as at the Spanish tapa bar) but then fusion cuisine from chef Geert Wijns. Simple business but a very quirky kitchen that is reminiscent of Ottolenghi's style. The 5-course menu with matching wines is highly recommended here.
Restaurant Marcel offers its guests classic French product cuisine, with a contemporary twist. The chef likes dishes that are well flavored. As a basis, he starts with a carefully selected top product. Combine this with a good wine, possibly selected by our sommelier Jon Stalmans, and the party is complete.
In the kitchen from restaurant MÓN there is a Josper® oven, made in Barcelona. It is a charcoal oven that combines all the goodness of grilling and barbecuing. The high temperature, which can reach up to 400°C, ensures perfect texture and juiciness, whether meat, fish or vegetables. The charcoal provides the taste of fire.
At restaurant Pazzo they like to try something new, without ignoring tradition and without complicated feats. But with first-class ingredients that are bursting with flavour. Chef Ingrid Neven and her team combine the best culinary influences from around the world. French, Italian and Japanese ingredients are effortlessly combined.
the 'Best burgers in town'. In de Burgerij you can enjoy an honest dish, made with pride and pleasure! Freshly prepared, ground and baked à la minute. They only work with the best ingredients, so they guarantee a juicy piece of meat, straight from the grill. Seasonal products with the right origin form the basis.
At DOGMA Cocktails you are in the right place for delicious drinks with names such as “Ella Spritzgerald” and “Japanese Blossom”. Our personal favorite is called “Cocktail à la Louisiane” but each drink is prepared with great expertise and taste. A pleasantly crazy team is always ready to make something delicious out of it.
In the heart of Antwerp, on the edge of the Theaterplein, you will find the BELGIAN WINES BAR. In a trendy and warm design, this business has been promoting Belgian wines in a pleasant setting since 2016. By glass or bottle you can taste the best of Belgian soil and, if desired, you can also get a delicious cheese board or plate of charcuterie from the region.
salon de thé CLAUDE is a romantic Parisian style tea house with an antique interior. You can go here for traditional English tea with sandwiches, scones and cake. You can also go here for breakfast or lunch and there is a pleasant terrace if you want to sit outside.
At BIER CENTRAL near Central Station you can choose from an exceptionally large collection of Belgian beers. 33 different types of farmer on tap and more than 366 bottled beers. They also have a menu with Belgian regional dishes. They sell a nice beer encyclopedia and you can also go there for a tasting. You can request this via firstname.lastname@example.org
You are about to visit a city, but where do you start planning your visit? You often find a fragmented offer online. Not in Antwerp! Thanks to Experience Antwerp you have a reliable partner with golden tips and tickets. Experience Antwerp guides you not only to visit our city but also to really experience it. Check it out!
Because we notice that guests would like to explore Antwerp in an adventurous way and want a somewhat larger range, we respond to that need and rent out nice city bikes ourselves (€ 15 per bike). This way you avoid having to look for an external rental company and you can get started right away. Our bicycles (model without tube) have 3 gears, fat tires, a handy basket on the handlebars, lighting and a sturdy chain lock. To be sure of availability, it is best to book this immediately at the time of the reservation.
The port house is one of the eye-catchers of the Antwerp skyline. The inside is also worth a look. Not to mention the view! Would you like to visit the Port House? During office hours you can take a look at the ground floor without obligation. Do you want to see more of the building? Book via Experience Antwerp a guide at fixed times guided tour through the building.
Depart from Het Steen and take the free ferry service to the left bank (also accessible by bicycle) and enjoy the tranquility and the beautiful skyline of Antwerp. You can also get there on foot via the Sint-Annatunnel with its antique wooden escalators , a coveted Instagram spot. Go to the beach of Sint-Anneke (walking dike Linkeroever) A stretch of beach just around the bend in the river on the left bank of the Scheldt. You will also find nice restaurants here, you can enjoy cycling or swimming in the outdoor swimming pool.
You can admire 12 gigantic museum cranes on the Scheldt quays. It is the largest museum collection of harbor cranes in the world. The oldest crane dates from 1907, the youngest from 1963. The cranes were built by 15 different renowned manufacturers from home and abroad and show the rapid technological evolution in the port of the last century. Most of the cranes were protected as monuments. Take a walk there and discover these giants of the old port. You can find the collection on the Rijnkaai, near Hangar 26 and 27.