Manna from Heaven
For a divine lunch of dinner in Ghent visit the Baudelo chapel located on the Ottogracht. The Holy Food Market was inspired by the food halls in Barcelona, Rotterdam and Copenhagen. You will enjoy the cuisines of 16 different cultures in one beautifully decorated 16th-century chapel, with a central bar for liquid sacraments. Order a cocktail and bite into our diverse and ever-changing food while soaking up the atmosphere of a chapel where the young Mozart played some of his first concerts. On the first floor you can find our exclusive club, with its gorgeous stained glass window. We are, after all, in church. Amen.
Holy Water Gin
Perfect for exciting moments and relaxed aperos. Its little brother Holy Water Cuberdon is based on the cuberdons, the purple candy from Ghent also known as 'noses'.
Expect a playful and sweet taste. "But without getting sticky", as Ladislas says. Both gins are based on, among other things, juniper berries, coriander, cardamom, angelica and orange.
Holy Food Market
- Beverhoutplein 15, 9000 Gent