GENT: Two chefs and two restaurants in the Flemish city of Gent, Belgium, have teamed up to offer a four hands takeaway menu this weekend.
Sebastian Sandor of Heritage Restaurant and Ignace Wattenberge of Lys d’Or are getting together (not literally) to serve guests in Gent as more and more restaurants try to find innovative ways to reach customers during the COVID-19 lockdowns. Their restaurants are currently closed because of the lockdown in Belgium with no date yet set for the restaurant reopening.
The two chefs will prepare a four course menu which includes shrimp with white asparagus and elderflower, monkfish with chicory and a green sauce, a shoulder of lamb with aubergine, morels and shallots and a dessert of strawberries, basil, white chocolate and yoghurt.
The four-course menu costs EUR 45.
Both chefs have experience in top restaurants in Belgium and focus on fresh, local and seasonal ingredients.