The best part of living in a big, metropolitan city (which is what I consider Antwerp to be) is of course that you get to taste food from different cultures, scattered around in the corners of city. One of these is restaurant Fez.
The first thing you’ll notice, and maybe also find very mysterious like I do, is of course the decor. If you’d like to pretend that you’re the protagonist of one of the ‘1001 nights’ – tales, then this place has a great setting to do so. This Moroccan food advocate serves delicious dishes, magnified by their exotic herbs and essences served in a delightful environment.
I was immediately a fan, after having had one of the best lamb dishes I’d ever had here, under the light of the candle chandeliers. They show great eloquence in taste and preparation through their service and offers, from the tasty olives to the mint tea traditionally served to satisfy your senses.
The dishes are served on hot plates which will sound like music to your ears. And if you were thinking this was the whole show, you were wrong. From time to time skilful belly-dancers walk in to lift your spirits and enforce the exotic cultural experience.