Paul Posse, entrepreneur in the hospitality industry and photographer, is a true pioneer. After he once was one of the first to open a restaurant in the Fenix warehouse in Katendrecht, he now opens Eaux Posse on the banks of the Maas in Schiemond.
He calls his new spot an ‘unusual suspect‘. Hidden away, next to historic Delfshaven, EAUX serves a mix of French, Basque and Catalan gastronomy. It’s a place to indulge lunch, dinner and late-night drinks. Expect combinations and ingredients like ribeye and eel, sweatbread, sea bass, squid and oysters.
The chef responsible is Tim Groeneweg (also known for Natural Chile, his own Mexican-style salsa). His dishes are simple yet complex, casual yet refined, artisanal yet modern, but above all extremely tasty and accompanied by some of the finest wines.
Paul Posse designed the interior himself and his intriguing portraits are on the wall. There is enough room for a big terrace on the quay. And with a stop of the Watertaxi nearby, Paul Posse fell in love with this spot.
Indeed, this place does have a lot of potential. Eaux Posse is located in an upcoming area. In the same complex you’ll find bicycle-specialist Rook and little bakery Goudbruin. Opposite the restaurant, you’ll find the monumental Veerhuis and also Oase, Culture Campsite and Kroon are nearby, as is Historic Delfshaven. This area will soon be flocked with adventurous people. Just like Paul Posse once saw happening at Katendrecht.