The taste of the seaside.
A classic with a modern touch.
Freedom thanks to the Mercedes-Benz 508 D.
"With a food truck, you can stay flexible. You can decide for yourself what you want to do – and what you don't want to do."
Anything but scrap.
From streetfood to catering service.
Initially, the two trucks mainly served their kibbeling at public places and at festivals. "I had to invest lots of time in getting the Jean sur Mer name known," explains Jan. "As we were the first food truck in Belgium, we got a lot of attention from the press." This quickly helped Jean sur Mer to become popular and rapidly opened up the business idea to private customers. Since then, the classic vans of Jean sur Mer can be seen predominantly at business events and private parties. There, he also provides more extravagant dishes, including ceviche, a traditional Peruvian dish of raw fish marinated in lime juice, various spices and vegetables. "It looks like a painting on a plate," Jan explains enthusiastically. His focus on catering is also for economic reasons. "It's a simpler and safer business model when you're booked for parties. You know how much you're going to earn and how much food you need to prepare," explains Jan.
Jean sur Mer soon also in supermarkets.
Only the best for Jan's customers.
Jan either takes the boat or just a net when he goes fishing.
Dream job: food truck.
Jan is very proud of his food truck and what he's achieved so far with it.
A pleasant pit stop.
The charming seafood truck invites guests to come and eat on the street.
At one with the sea.
For Jan, fishing with a net is a sort of connection between him and the sea.