ANTWERP: Restaurant The Jane in Antwerp is one of the most stunning restaurants in the world. Housed inside a former church, it has been one of the hardest tables to get before the pandemic struck. But with restaurants still closed for guests inside and only terraces being allowed to reopen on 8 May in Belgium, chef Nick Bril and his team have created a new concept called Terrazza J’Enoteca.
“We are striving for an accessible yet refined concept with some great dishes, exquisite drinks, good vibes, some music (Nick Bril is also an acclaimed DJ) and finally a possibility to welcome guests again,” Nick Bril said.
The terrace will be open between Thursday and Sunday from 12 noon to 10pm depending on the weather conditions.
Availabilities will be shared each Monday at noon on the social platforms of The Jane Antwerp and reservations can be made up to 24 hours before.
“Our team has been making an incredible effort to help our restaurant quickly reinvent itself each time to maintain a unique takeaway concept. Nevertheless, we can not wait to open our doors again and welcome you back inside our magnificent chapel,” Nick said. “As for now, we will be gladly serving you on our terrace,” he said.
The terrace will be working with time slots of 1.5 hours so they are asking guests to respect arrival time as much as possible. The Terrazza J’Enoteca is wheelchair accessible and has a few tables for this.