Brasserie Pakhuis is located in a cosy alley with the towers of Ghent in the background. On entering, you are overwhelmed by the enormous space that still reflects the atmosphere of this former warehouse. Portuguese architect Antoine Pinto gave the building its distinctive warm character. The unique combination of a 600 square meters storage space with the specifically designed interior is what distinguishes Brasserie Pakhuis from any other restaurant.
And even more so, the restaurant's fresh, contemporary tinted French-Italian cuisine. Brasserie Pakhuis also serves royal oyster and seafood dishes, which can be accompanied by a French classic or a glass of excellent wine from the New World.