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Cuines, 33

Cuines, 33

By (author) Michael De Moor
By (author) Edwin Menue
Photographs by Stefanie Geerts
Photographs by Stijn Vanoverbeke


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  • Unfold the remarkable story of chef Edwin Menue, owner of Belgian Michelin star restaurant Cuines, 33
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He wanted to become a professional motocross rider, but a serious accident shattered his childhood dream. That’s why Edwin Menue directed his ambition towards another goal: the kitchen. Failure was not an option. After numerous internships at celebrated restaurants, chef Edwin, his wife Fleur Boussy and fellow chef and brother-in-law Frederik opened Cuines, 33 a unique tapas-centred restaurant in Knokke. Less than a year later, their drive, exquisite taste and passion were rewarded a first Michelin star. After Frederik left the restaurant, the menu at Cuines, 33 reflects Edwin’s personality even more. His seasonal kitchen is characterised by bold flavours and a cosmopolitan flair. The restaurant’s interior is as eclectic and colourful as the dishes. Edwin Menue finds inspiration in everything: an odd-shaped twig in the forest, a colourful tagine in Marrakech, the scent of Barcelona, a broken plate, a tattoo.

This book tells the remarkable story of a chef for whom only the best is good enough. A perfectionist with only one goal in mind: to offer his guests an unforgettable experience.

Stichting Kunstboek
13th Apr 2020
315 mm x 260 mm
224 Pages
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