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Welcome at Kwint

KWINT ?

This name does not have any specific signification but sounds well.  KWINT just like the quint in the music, the five vaults and windows you are looking through and also a reference to Charles the Fifth, who once governed our countries. It is the echo to the performance of the artist Arne Quinze who designed this place.…

At least Brussels received a worthy Conference Centre and may be proud of that new contemporary architectural work : the Square, a polyvalent complex where the glass cube is the epic centre, catches all eyes and in the meantime acts as the entrance.  This and the decoration of this building has been left in the care of Arne Quinze, the futuristic Flemish artist-decorator.

GL-events, the international leader in events, was the instigator for a restaurant to be added to this exceptional Brussels Meeting Centre.  So Kwint was born, the first Belgian representative and intermediary for two authorities in Parisian gastronomy: Maison de la Truffe and Kaspia,

Situated at the place de la Madeleine in Paris, Maison de la Truffe is since 1932 one of the most mythic eat houses of the City of Lights. Shop and restaurant in the same time it presents the truffles (and his varieties) in all his shapes.   

Founded in 1927 and also situated at the place de la Madeleine, the house Kaspia has specialized in all kind of caviar, smoked fish, wild salmon, foie gras, Iberian ham and all refined delicacies.