A HISTORIC BUILDING
The Dôme, has remained unchanged since 1893. It is a place full of history and emotion.
Architect Joseph Bascourt originally constructed the Café du Dôme in the Zurenborg district of Antwerp. Executing it in a neo-Flemish Renaissance style tinged with Baroque. Over the centuries, it has served many different purposes, including as a police station, primary school, and now a renowned restaurant. However, Dôme has managed to retain its name and uniqueness, which symbolizes its timeless character.
Sophie and Julien Burlat rehabilitated this historic building in the early 2000s. Today, Dôme is more than just a restaurant, as it has become an emblematic place in the city of Antwerp, which bears witness to its rich past and gastronomic culture.
Evangeline and Frédéric Chabbert took over Dôme in 2017. Continuing the tradition of culinary excellence established by their predecessors. As a result, the restaurant has earned international recognition for its refined cuisine. It received one Michelin star and a 16.5/20 rating from Gault & Millau.
Frederic’s audacious and inventive cuisine, carefully paired with an award winning selection of wines, provides a compelling reason to visit this unique restaurant.
The restaurant invites guests to savor each dish in a contemporary yet warm setting, which imbues a timeless history and charm.