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Lunch for 38 €

3 lunch and silk services, only during the week except on Friday evening

Why The Artist

Not out of pretension, but quite simply a translation of the restaurant-bistro Den Artiest, our meeting place in this friendly setting in Ostend.

We work with fresh and seasonal products, which is why our menu changes regularly.

Back to simple things …
Tables gathered around fresh and seasonal products which are cooked and preserved according to methods brought up to date!

Given the new law implemented by Afsca, we would be grateful if you could inform us if you have any food allergies. We remain at your disposal if you have any questions or doubts regarding the allergens present in our dishes.

Our Gin Tonic

What is Gin? Gin is a grain brandy flavored with juniper berries obtained by distillation with other spices and fruits including coriander, fennel, lemon, etc …

  • Biercée GiN (Belgium)
    is the perfect synthesis of the artisanal know-how of the Biercée Distillery: Belgian, complex and yet very accessible. It skillfully combines the vegetal flavors of malt and fennel with the floral and spicy notes of lavender and cumin. Thanks to its softness in the mouth, a quality obtained in hammered copper vats, it provides real pleasure to those who taste it pure.
  • Gin Tanqueray Rangpur (England)
    reveals the best kept secret in the Indo-British tradition. The rare Rangpur lime traditionally used to smooth gin brings a bold exotic flavor to the perfect combination of juniper, cilantro, bay leaves and ginger.
  • Gin Hendrick’s (Scotland)
    consists of flowers, roots, fruits and seeds from all over the world. Hendrick’s is the marriage of two different spirits of two rare and unusual stills. By combining the two, we are able to create an extraordinarily smooth gin that has the character and balance of the subtle flavors required, rose and cucumber.
  • Gin Macaronesian (Spain)
    consists of flowers, roots, fruits and seeds from all over the world. Hendrick’s is the marriage of two different spirits of two rare and unusual stills. By combining the two, we are able to create an extraordinarily smooth gin that has the character and balance of the subtle flavors required, rose and cucumber.
  • Spring gin Ladies edition (Belgium),
    something different and new, less alcohol, smooth and fresh with a floral finish. It is distilled with fourteen carefully selected herbs, such as white peaches and the rare China Monkey White Silver Needle tea, one of the high quality teas available. Mixed with tonic water or your favorite console, you can taste the subtle tannins of the tea and the delicate aroma of peach on the finish.
  • Gin Magellan (Fiance):
    It is produced by hand at the Angeac distillery in the south-west of France in small batches, distilling the best selected spices in the world. After triple distillation, the top of the copper still remains open and the spices are wrapped in a special cloth. Neutral alcohol is then added for a fourth and final distillation. During the fourth distillation, the “secret” ingredient of Magellan gin is added: the natural root and the ire flower. The latter provide balance and freshness to Magellan gin. € 10.00
  • Gin Dragon’s (Spain):
    Created for the more adventurous palates and following a traditional distillation using artisanal methods. When combined with tonic, It contributes to our taste a range of new flavors and thrills, reminiscent of flowers in perfect harmony
  • Gin Copperhead (Belgium):
    It is made with a selection of five plants: Juniper, Cardamom, Orange Zest, Angelica and Cilantro. It was apparently named after Mr. Copperhead, an alchemist who sought the elixir of life. Along the way, he produced the recipe for this refreshing gin!
  • Gin Monkey 47 (Germany):
    The bottle is reminiscent of apothecary bottles, with its cork stopper and retro label. The nose is flattering, very floral, and it has a complex and powerful taste, dominated by juniper with a subtle hint of citrus. The finish is long with notes of marmalade, berries and white pepper. The origins of Monkey 47 date back to the mid-1950s when a British Commander of the Royal Air Force, Montgomery Collins, decided to create his own gin which he called “Max the monkey – Schwarzwald Dry Gin”. He was referring to Max, a monkey he had adopted at the Berlin Zoo, which was at the time undergoing reconstruction. In 2008, Alexander Stein decided to recreate the recipe for this gin found in the 1960s. To pay homage to Commander Montgomery Collins, his monkey Max and because of the 47 botanicals used in the recipe, Alexander Stein named it MONKEY 47.
  • Gin Mombasa (England)
    Is named after a private social club founded in 1885, which imported gin from England to the island of Zanzibar for their members to enjoy. Mombasa Club of London Dry Gin is four times distilled and features a botanical selection that includes juniper, cassia bark, angelica root, coriander seed, clove and cumin, resulting in a flavor profile spicy fatty.
  • Gin Botanic ultra premium(Spain)
    is produced by the winemakers William & Humbert, at a higher strength than their Standard London Premium Dry Gin. It is made with rather intriguing plants including mandarin, almond, and Buddha’s hand, a type of citrus. The bottle is rather interesting also it’s almost a cube!
  • Gin Uppercut (Belgium)
    sec comes to us from Belgium and has an intense ABV of 49.6% and a botanical selection: Damiana, leaf, strawberry leaf, licorice root and verbena, among others. Tasty and grassy, just be careful when ordering in a pub or bar. “I wish I had an uppercut, please”!
  • Gin Mate (Spain)
    A fabulous gin inspired by Mediterranean flavors, Gin Mare is made with plants including olive arbequina, rosemary, thyme, basil and tangerine! The result is a fabulous spirit that has received great critical acclaim.
  • Gin Bulklog (England)
    is a delicious English gin made with poppy, Dragon Eye, Lotus leaves, citrus, almond, lavender and various other plants (12 in total). It’s four times distilled in copper stills, and Bulldog had the highest gin rating ever from Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
  • Gin Nordés (Spain)
    is a rather intriguing gin made with Albarinio-grape, rather than the more commonly seen cereal-based, with 14 herbs, including lemon zest, hibiscus, licorice and eucalyptus. The result is a bold floral flavor profile befitting summery drinks and cocktails. The bottle is very elegant!
  • Gin Saffron (France)
    its name already sounds like an invitation to travel. Its recipe, too, has sailed through time: rediscovered in the archives of the Bouclier house, it gave rise to an exceptional renaissance. From London to Pondicherry, Saffron Gin is, from aperitif to more festive moments, a real promise of exoticism.
  • Gin Poppies (Belgium)
    is the first Flemish that was distilled by Charles Rubbens during the First World War. As the name suggests, this Floral Poppy Gin made from poppy flowers (poppies), the symbol of WWI. Gin was previously very popular with British soldiers and still bought from British tourists as souvenirs.

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