Sergio Herman, one of the world’s most talented chefs who decided to stop cooking full time in 2013, has announced a new project in Cadzand that is set to open next year.
After the success of The Jane in Antwerp and Pure C in Cadzand, Sergio Herman is opening a new harbour restaurant, pavillion and takeaway in Cadzand. The restaurant is set to open on 16 September 2016.
The seaside resort in the Netherlands has been made popular by his restaurant Pure C. It will now welcome the new harbour restaurant, pavillion and takeaway for boats as can be seen by the architects’ impression published on Herman’s Instagram feed.
Sergio Herman is the former 3 Michelin star chef of Oud Sluis. He decided to close his world famous restaurant in 2013 to seek more balance in his life and to pursue other projects.
Since closing his restaurant in this small village close to Cadzand he has focused on his two restaurants The Jane in Antwerp and Pure C in Cadzand but had told Food and Wine Gazette earlier this year that he wanted to create something different to the two restaurants.
He had said “my goal is to do something simple with extremely good produce. The new project will still be rock and roll but with simple food.”
Last week, the Jane was awarded a second Michelin star, an impressive achievement given the fact that it is less than two years since its opening. Housed in a former church, the restaurant, apart from its excellent food created by Nick Bril and his team is considered to be one of the most stunning interior designs for a restaurant.
The new project as announced by Sergio Herman on his Instagram feed