Foto credits: Alisa Wanders
The Amsterdam Ramen Festival is coming back on Sunday the 23rd of February in a bigger location.
The second edition of the one and only ramen festival will take place at the gorgeous atrium of the monumental building Het Sieraad on the Postjesweg 1 in Amsterdam West.
FOU FOW RAMEN
Fow Ping was the first one to cook and sell ramen in Amsterdam. He started with a ramen pop up shop. Now he owns two successful ramen shops in Amsterdam. Fou Fow Ramen will be cooking a limited edition special ramen for the Amsterdam Ramen Festival.
TOKYO RAMEN TAKEICHI
The chicken ramen of Takeichi is famous in Japan. They’ve opened their first ramen shop in Europe a while ago in Düsseldorf. Now they are opening their first ramen shop in Amsterdam on the Vijzelstraat. Their rich tasty broth is to die for. They have a wide variety of flavors: veggie, spicy, tantanmen, rich chicken, clear chicken and even a mazesoba (ramen with a sauce instead of a soup). They will serve a selection of their ramen at the festival.
The first ramen shop in Nijmegen. Sustainability and great flavors is what ToKokoro Ramen stands for. We really love the urban cool look & feel of this ramen shop. They will serve a festival special ramen.
Ramen master Koji Nishikawa is famous back in Japan. His ramen shop was ranked best ramen shop in Shiga Prefecture ten years in a row. Two years ago he decided to move to The Netherlands. Luckily for us he is serving his famous authentic ramen at his cute shop in Delft. Curious about his ramen? We are excited to announce he will be cooking his famous dish at the Amsterdam Ramen Festival.
EDEL BY DENNIS
Chef Dennis Huwaë is one of the best chefs in Amsterdam. He owns two fabulous restaurants in Amsterdam (Daalder and Edel by Dennis). Funny thing: he started his career at the Okura Hotel where he made a lot of ramen for the special Sunday ramen lunch. This lunch was well visited by the Japanese society in Amsterdam. Now years later the famous chef will cook a free style ramen.
ICHIBAN SLURP SHOP
Mike has been mastering his ramen game for years now. He doesn’t have a ramen shop (yet) but he does a lot of catering jobs under the name Ichiban Slurpshop and he will be serving his tantanmen with soboro beef and sophisticated tori shio ramen at the Amsterdam Ramen Festival.
Their baos are famous and there’s a good reason for that. Visit their booth to try their ramen pork bao with cabbage kimchi and gochujiang mayo or vegan miso bao. Or how about their chicken wagadori bao or peking bao with sweet and sour cucumber.
Yuki is from Japan. Her okonomiyaki is to die for. She will also serve other Japanese snacks.
DIM SUM DISTRICT
Gyoza lovers will be happy with the Japanese dumplings of Dim Sum District.
FOOD OF JAPAN
Karaage and Japanese sweets will be all you need.
Chef Haukon used to work as pastry chef at the Grand. Now he runs a food truck. His duck buns are famous.
Looking for a sweet treat? Madame Cocos will drive their cool Piaggio to the festival to serve you their coconut balls with Asian flavors.
HONKIES VEGAN CATERING
Vegan sushi and vegan tonkatsu burgers will be flying out of this food stand!
Yamato Ramen School
These guys really know how to throw a party. They will bring their karaoke fest to the festival. Come by to sing your favorite song.