With churches being an architectural marvel, Piet Boon converts an old church into a religious restaurant experience. The main body of the church allows for a spacious dining room when all the pews have been removed.
By using a church as a restaurant, the stain-glass windows offer a bright piece of art that casts marvelous color onto your lunch table. The booth style seating feels as though you are sitting on your sofa at home, with its decorative throw pillows placed in each booth. The elegant chandelier overhead shines light all over the tables below. The balcony above the restaurant features a stone counter-top bar for you to enjoy a pre-meal beverage. For anyone who is living in or visiting Antwerp, Belgium, they should make sure to visit this restaurant at least once.
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