At Abunai! 2017 there’ll be several food and drink options for visitors to indulge in.
Please note that at Abunai! 2017 you can only pay at catering stands with NH Koningshof tokens. This includes all catering stands, the Abdijbar and Maid Café.
NH Koningshof Coin System
You can only pay for catering with NH Koningshof tokens. This includes all catering stands, the Abdijbar and Maid Café.
You cannot pay at catering stands with PIN.
You will need to buy these tokens from NH Koningshof at the convention. One coin costs €2.50. You can get half coins as change.
There are two selling points. These are counters manned by NH Koningshof staff. You can pay for the Koningshof tokens with cash or bank card.
During and after the convention is over you can return the coins to NH Koningshof to get your money back.
NH Koningshof’s bar where they serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and bar snacks such as cheese plates.
Presenting the Abunai! Food Court! This year the Diezehal will be a central point where you can pick and choose from several stands. From getting your pizza baked live, sandwiches, American sweets and snacks, fried goods to Asian street food – the Food Court has it all!
Are most food stands a bit too meaty for you? Fear not, Honkies is here to tend to your vegetarian and vegan cravings.
Abunai! presents Sparkling Potpourri
Our Maid Café Sparkling Potpourri gives you the chance to experience an authentic Japan style maid cafe in The Netherlands! You will be served by cute maids in their authentic cute uniforms, especially designed for our café. The purpose of our maids is to make you feel at home and relaxed while you enjoy your drink or a snack. Their menu consists of several drinks, snacks and sweets. For more information please see facebook.com/sparklingpotpourri.
Mr. Bento will be there to quench your thirst and fill your stomach! An assortment of Sushi, Bento Boxes, Japanese snacks, drinks and Bubble Tea will surely fill you up for the day.
Need a snack to refuel? Why not visit the Taiyaki stand! Taiyaki are fish-shaped waffles in all sorts of flavors, a Japanese specialty. This stand will be situated in the Glazen Foyer.