To make sure our food is Saikou さいこう (the best) I will open my own pop-up shop for Molly Members and food lovers. During these weeks you can come and order Japanese Soufflé and help me improve Molly’s Arena menu.
During daytime I will serve cottony clouds Japanese Soufflé or as it’s also called; fuwa fuwa pankeki.
At diner we will switch the setting to ramen nights with lanterns and different music. Enjoy our umai ウマイ (delicious) chicken or vegetable ramen.
Have you every had Fuwa fuwa before? Fuwa Fuwa are adorabe fluffy pancakes that will jiggle on your plate. These cottony clouds are a joy to eat. Get your classic soufflé or a sweet cotton unicorn!
Visit my pop-up shop!
You can walk in to my pop-up shop every Thursday to Sunday from 11:00 to 16:00.
Maple Syrup, butter & icing sugar.
Home made caramel, fresh whipped cream topped of with sweet popcorn and pecan nuts.
Cotton candy, marshmallows, whipped cream and a a golden chocolade horn.
Crème brûlée served with fresh fruits.
Fresh whipped cream with matcha topped of with fresh strawberries and white chocolate.
Pink whipped cream with fresh rasoberry, raspberry pearls and dark chocolate curls.
During Ramen Nights you can order your delicous Japanese meal for a fixed price. The menu consists of a ramen of your choice, an anime themed Ice Tea and a sweet Yuzu sorbet after.
Make sure to book your seat
Every Friday to Sunday from 18:00 to 21:00. Want to book your table at Ramen Night? Book now below!
Miso based ramen with char siu chicken, soja egg, black fungus, bamboo shoots, lettuce, leek, ito togarashi and a slice of lemon.
Miso based ramen with oyster mushroom, shiitake mushroom, Black fungus, soja egg, lettuce, leek, ito togarashi and a slice of lemon. Optional: Make it vegan!
Anime themed ice tea, tea, ramune, coffee.
Yuzu sorbet on a bed of cookie crumbled with merengue and rasberry pearls on the side.
If your reservation is accepted, you will receive a confirmation by mail.
Looking forward to welcome you!
Thursday to Sunday 11:00 – 16:00
Walk in only
Friday to Sunday 18:00 – 21:00
Molly’s Arena Pop-up
Jan Evertsenstraat 88
Although Ramen ラーメン has it’s origin in China, it’s mostly associated with Japan. During the industrial revolution, sararīman サラリーマン, (workers or salarymen) had little time to prepare their own meals before leaving for work, therefor they instead ate in ramen shops.