Description: If you’re even the slightest bit inebriated in Amsterdam and you’re not eating fried food from a wall, you’re doing it very, very wrong. Yes, there are wall venders in town other than FEBO...
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Description: Want a Coke? You'll be hard-pressed to find a vending machine in the streets of Amsterdam. Want to buy food from a wall? Go to Febo.
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Description: Founded in 1941 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, FEBO is most notable for this automatic format: a counter is available for purchasing French fries, beverages, and hamburgers. Other FEBO snacks can be bought from the automats. The primary automat-vended items are krokets, frikandellen, hamburgers, Kaassoufflés and similar items.
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Description: FEBO (pronounced "fay-bo") is a Netherlands - but more specifically Amsterdam - tradition. It is a company that specializes in delivering food via automat, aka a vending machine. Japan may have more things to sell inside a vending machine, but what they don't have is something like this.
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Description: FEBO offers a wide variety of snacks to satisfy your craving, from tasty fries with sauce, to deep-fried cheese, a minced-meat hotdog and a croquette (in Dutch: kroket) on a roll. Sure, you can always find these products in any other snack bar in Holland, but FEBO is the only place you can pull them out of a wall.
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Description: If you've been to Amsterdam, chances are you've seen the great Febo Wall of Food. Perfect for those "special" late night snacks, this place offers deep fried goodies stored in tiny compartments, opened by those who drop a few Euro's into the adjacent coin slots.
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Description: FEBO Netherlands: Typical Dutch Food Out Of A Wall 10 Questions For The CEO of FEBO Netherlands Dennis Borst (in picture above) is the current managing director of FEBO Netherlands. He’s also the grandson of Johan de Borst (1919 – 2008), the founder of the FEBO. The restaurant chain was originally just a bakery named “Maison FEBO” […]
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Description: Behind the wall of automatic coin operated food dispensers, the FEBO employees busily prepare the food and upload it into the individual compartments. The food inside each unit is a typical Dutch snack such as Frikandel (sausage), Kaassouffle (deep fried cheese pastry), Kroket (deep fried gravy croquette) or typical burgers.
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Description: FEBO Amsterdam & Dutch Food Culture The famous FEBO Amsterdam croquette. The FEBO Amsterdam automatic formula holds a special position in Dutch food culture. Founded in 1941 under the name Bakkerij Febo and later renamed Maison Febo, the business of confectioner Johan Izaäk de Borst transformed into a automatic snack bar in 1960.
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