Ghent, only a ninety minute drive for me and still last year was the first time I visited this beautiful city with it’s cosy streets and relaxed atmosphere. De Vitrine and In de Wulf are still on my to do list but I decided to start with Kobe’s newest place ‘Superette’ for brunch. Kobe Desramaults started this wood fired bakery last May and together with his souschef Rose Greene and bread expert Sarah Lemke and they instantly made this place a must visit when you go to Ghent. The menu changes regularly but I was lucky to get myself a pastrami sandwich (yes, fetish! See my recent Katz’s post) with sauerkraut and Keiemtaler cheese and it was mind-blowing! The pumpkin cake with quinces and burrata made a good dessert for me. What else was perfect were the take-out cannelés from the bakery. Same thing for the bread, the croissants, the spelt frangipane, the monkey bread, chocolate cookies, the kouign amman pastries with chocolate, the butter.. Yes, I liked Superette. My next visit to Ghent will definitely include visiting De Vitrine.
Besides to breakfast and lunch Superette also serves dinner. You can find the menu on their website.