It comes from Triple Crosses on the city flag of Amsterdam.
We call a cross”Batten” in Japanese. In addition,”Batten” is often used as “however” in “Hichiku dialect”.
Hichiku area of the Kyushu in Japan includes Fukuoka(hometown of two owner Hideto Kawahara and Yuta Tomiyasu)and Nagasaki.
And if you change Bof Batten to V of Victory,
“Vatten” means “grab it”in Dutch. Bycombining these three meanings,
we named it Vatten Ramen!!
In December 2018, the company opened its first store in Japan.
VATTEN RAMEN ¥800
Chicken soup using chicken and onion potatoes from Hokkaido.
Please enjoy the thin noodles blended with carefully selected wheat in the soup.
Various toppings! Please taste your favorite ramen!
WONTON RAMEN ¥1,000
Our handmade wonton.
MISO RAMEN ¥850
Creamy and delicious!
YASAIDASHI RAMEN ¥900
Onion and kelp soup.