The city’s hotspots are often found in eccentric locations and stand out for their quirkiness, both in design and in the menu. There are cosy cafés to grab a drink in after work, romantic canal-side eateries, Michelin-starred establishments and dance temples for night owls and party animals. After capturing the culinary pearls of Paris and London, photographer Henk van Cauwenbergh brings a third city that is close to his heart to the lens in Amazing Flavours of Amsterdam. Besides the usual suspects, there are undoubtedly new locations and hidden treasures to discover.
Jacques Brel immortalized the West Flanders hinterland; le plat pays, in more than one chanson. This flat land between the North Sea and Bruges is littered with picturesque villages such as Damme, Lissewege, Houtave or Ramskapelle. Idyllic, seemingly godforsaken places with whitewashed houses and messy farmyards.