The Kazerne in Eindhoven is a restaurant meets exhibition space. They started with a pop-up restaurant with exhibition during the Dutch Design week a few years ago. It was such a success that in 2014 they opened restaurant De Kazerne.
De Kazerne is a 1250 square meter space that houses expositions and a restaurant. The building used to be a garage for garbage trucks and it still has a rough touch to it. The interior is beautiful with grey walls, black furniture and bright green plants.
The expositions are laid out on a big circle.
In October 2018 they’ll open up a second restaurant and a hotel right next door in former military barracks. The new restaurant will be more high-service.
Master chef Carlos Blankers (former chef of Graham’s Kitchen in Amsterdam) develops new dishes every two weeks. He always works with seasonal products and there are always great vegetarian options as well.
This amuse with egg yolk and a cream of goat yoghurt tasted as good as it looks!
For dessert I had a carrot cake with gin and tonic. A very surprising but delicious combination.
But apart from the food, the Kazerne is a wonderful restaurant for a special night because of the beautiful interior and the unique exhibition space.
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