Michelin-starred restaurants in Zeeland
On the culinary cusp of sea and land, the chefs of Zeeland are endlessly inventing special creations. Blending gentle hints of the briny with the sturdiness of the locally-grown. Who writes their menu? The seasons and the tides. With their chef’s passion for the local, so good, so lekker and so fresh, why look any further? So widely admired are our chefs, that our Zeeland pride has taken on a new shine. Take a bow, guys.
De Kromme Watergang
AIRrepublic is an accessible brasserie in the marina of Cadzand, with a view of the sea and the harbour. This restaurant revolves around simple preparations of Zeeland products, with a leading role for fish and crustaceans and shellfish. The focus is on the classic kitchen.
At the very centre of Goes is the Michelin-star restaurant Codium. The restaurant was awarded its very first star this year! But where does the name Codium come from? Codium is a type of seaweed, which symbolises the locally sourced fresh ingredients used by its chefs. Codium has a refreshing style of cuisine mixing Zeeland flavours with international influences.