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During a recent trip to Amsterdam, some friends and I made an initial stop in Chinatown to find a bite to eat before continuing our adventures. My travel mates C. and J. were enthralled by Eat Mode and their hamburgers with buns made of fried ramen noodles so we stopped in.
Both ladies ordered the burgers. I order the udon noodles with stir-fried udon noodles. My dish was quite large and filling for less than 8 euros. It was tasty, topped in dried seaweed strips and freshly sautéed vegetables.
My friends were pleased with their hamburgers, which were about 9 euros each with a side of sweet potato fries, dipping sauces, and a small side of salad for garnish. C. said that the hamburger tasted fresh and like a decent cut. They both liked the fried ramen noodle patties that served as the buns and said they tasted like typical ramen. The sweet potato fries were great; they were very fresh tasting and fried up to perfection (I tried one, just to be sure :). J. also enjoyed a melon-orange juice and liked its fresh, intense taste.
The restaurant offers a little bit of everything: Chinese, Thai and Japanese food; hamburgers, pho, and more. It’s reasonably priced despite the restaurant’s tourist-heavy location near the Centraal train station.
Tips For Your Trip:
Zeedijk 105 – 107
1012 AV Amsterdam
+31 20 3300806
Daily 1200 – 2300
Free wireless internet for customers
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