The Burgundian’s realised many years ago that Bruges was the ultimate foodies’ destination, with its unique and varied gastronomic selection. Bruges boasts a record number of Michelin-starred restaurants, authentic brown cafes, world renowned ice cream parlours, trendy lunch spots, unique brunch addresses and fancy cocktail bars. How about a discrete business lunch at a chef’s table or an impressive walking dinner for hundreds of guests. Bruges always tastes great.
The chefs and caterers of Bruges know all the historic locations like the back of their hand and many of them choose to cook sustainable, local produce. So it comes as no surprise that Junior Chamber International (JCI) chose Bruges for its 2022 European Conference. The theme for the conference is ‘Food for Generations’ – a theme which fits in seamlessly with Bruges’ restaurant activities. The region is bursting with businesses which focus on innovations in agriculture, fishing, food production and processing.
And at KookEet – the annual highlight for all foodies – the chefs will be working their magic with local ingredients. A big hit every year and a culinary journey of discovery with very high standards. There is no doubt about it – Bruges has been a top destination for gourmets for hundreds of years.