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Enoki - A refreshing new concept

Responding to the voice of the traveller who demands light and healthy food on the go, Enoki is a healthy fast food concept with an Asian touch, located at stations across the Netherlands railway network.

 

Enoki strikes the balance between street kitchen and Asian cuisine. The identity and interior reflects this with the fun, fresh and contemporary characteristics that are embedded in Asian food culture, embracing the fast moving commuter environment.

 

 

The Enoki narrative is Asian food, fresh and fast, this story being told throughout all touchpoints of the customer journey. Inspired by the uncomplicated wooden structures characteristic in Asian architecture, with its natural materials and traditional craftsmanship it is both simple and beautiful.

Continue Back 28 AUGUST 2015

Cannes Lions

VBAT wins a Gold Lion in Cannes with Amstel Pulse.
Read more 1 JULY 2008

Red Dot Award

VBAT wins a Red Dot Award for Whole Earth can design.
Read more 1 MAY 2008

Design Week Awards

We receive an Honourable commendation for our Grapedistrict work at the Design Week Awards.        
Read more 19 FEBRUARY 2007

ADCN Yearbook

VBAT develops the grid for the ADCN Yearbook, which will be used for the next 5 years.
Read more 1 DECEMBER 2006

Changes at the top

Teun Anders leaves VBAT. Eugene Bay is the sole founding partner still active at the company.
Read more 30 JUNE 2006

Awards

We win a London FAB Award for our Not Guilty ice cream packaging. We win a Dutch Design Award for our work with Buna Bet coffee f...
Read more 22 MAY 2006

Expansion

Retail Design and Retail Branding become increasingly important areas of business.
Read more 1 JANUARY 2006

Back to only VBAT

After 3 years of integration with Enterprise IG we decide to continue as a separate entity within the WPP group.
Read more 1 JANUARY 2005

Moving back to Amsterdam

VBAT moves back to Amsterdam to a magnificent old bicycle factory in the Pilotenstraat. Growth steadily continues and we grow to 9...
Read more 1 MARCH 2004