Fine Food Fanatics is organising the Belgian première of Ants on a Shrimp, a documentary film on Rene Redzepi’s Noma adventure in Japan in Brussels on 28 November at the UGC Cinema complex.
Film director Maurice Dekkers will be present for the screening of the documentary. The event is followed by a gastronomic night and party at Humphrey’s restaurant which is within walking distance of the cinema.
The event costs €55 and includes the ticket to watch the documentary, 1 cocktail, 1 beer, 1 wine and three fine finger foods prepared by the chef of Humphrey’s Yannick Van Aeken, formerly sous-chef at Noma.
Humphrey’s was the place which hosted the after party of the Gelinaz! Headquarters event that took place at Bon Bon last week.
It has become the place to be in Brussels. Chef van Aeken with his business partner Glen Ramaekers have created a casual restaurant away from the constraints that a fine dining experience may create.
Van Aeken has adopted what he has learnt as sous-chef of the world renowned restaurant Noma to do something completely different.
The restaurant is based in an iconic building of the former socialist newspaper ‘Le Peuple’ in the heart of Brussels, which also houses PIAS, one of Belgium’s largest music companies. The concept behind Humphrey is to create a Filipino cuisine with produce that Yannick finds in Belgium and with ingredients that he gets directly from the Philippines such as chillies.
You can book a seat for this event here.