Just that bit different


Everything that happens in our kitchen is on full view. Our tasteful,
fresh products: organic whenever possible. Our light bites. And always a surprising touch.
So just that bit different.

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No pomp and circumstance, but a warm welcome at H-eat. We keep our bistro
intentionally small. Our 30 guests can expect a personalized service.
As we prepare everything from scratch, we are 100% certain of the quality.

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Ladies first


The hostess with the mostess
Was the driving force behind Hotel De Notelaer in Bornem, together with Koen
Loves life
Is also responsible for the ‘Tertia experience’, the catering equivalent of H-eat

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Age before beauty


Culinary rock
The dynamo behind Tertia and H-eat
Back to basics addict
Hooked up to the cooker
aka = ‘doen Koen’

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Young cub


Complements chef Koen with fresh ideas
Loves street food!
Superhero with the pots and pans
Dislikes predictability
His motto: Work like a captain, play like a pirate.


Want to enjoy an evening of exceptionally good food?
Then why not book a table?


Lunch 12.00 p.m. - 1.30 p.m. (Tue to Fri)
Dinner 6.00 p.m. - 8.30 p.m.

Hingenesteenweg 48

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Avoid surprises and book a table
Now online via our booking form.


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