restaurant review #298 – Honderprocentmianne is a new vegan restaurant in Genk (Limburg). We were here for lunch a couple of weeks ago.
Honderprocentmianne is just around the corner of C-mine, an old coal mine now turned into a cultural/historical site with a museum, expositions and such. We visited the SHOUT exposition in the morning and went for lunch to the restaurant afterwards.
Friendly and warm welcome by Marianne, the owner and chef of the restaurant.
This was the menu for that day (it changes daily, although I recently saw an announcement that the restaurant will work with monthly lunch and dinner menus from now on).
We had a lovely lunch: soup (4,50€), burger made with chickpeas and hasselback potatoes on the side (15€) and spaghetti (16€)
Nice food and more than enough portion! And look at those lovely antique dishes 🙂
The walls in the restaurant were decorated with paintings/drawings (temporary exhibition) which was nice.
Chairs are a bit uncomfy though, some cushions would make it more comfortable😉
All in all: we had a very nice lunch! Would definitely visit again when in the area.
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Thanks a lot for the informative review and the great pictures. The food looks gorgeous. I should go there, too. And visit the exhibition. 😉