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The sushi burritos at Viet Phap, a restaurant in Ramstein-Miesenbach, arrive in a haze due to the dramatic effects of dry ice.
Looking for lunch? Viet Phap in Ramstein-Miesenbach, within walking distance of the train station in Landstuhl, offers an eclectic assortment of Vietnamese food, including a sushi in burrito. It’s open today from noon to 10 p.m. More here.
A future restaurant on Ramstein will be called Heroes Bar & Grill, according to a post on the 86th Force Support Squadron Facebook page. It’s scheduled to open this summer and will be at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center. It will feature some items similar to those served at the Flying Pig BBQ, which closes Friday, June 24.
Boston Market at the KMCC food court will close at the end of the day on June 10, the Exchange announced on Facebook. The restaurant often had the shortest lines at the food court. No word yet on what will move in, but scroll down to Friday’s K-town Now item titled “New food options” to read more about the changes coming to several eateries on base. AAFES is still mum on the arrival of Five Guys, but they’ve been advertising for Ramstein staff for months.
New food options are coming to Ramstein Air Base. A restaurant will be moving into the KMCC Mall, the 86th Force Support Squadron announced today. Details remain under wraps, but officials told Stars and Stripes it will feature classic American fare from barbecue to burgers and salads. Meanwhile, Five Guys is advertising for a general manager on base but hasn’t announced a grand opening. Flying Pig and Pizza Gallerie will be moving out of the Ramstein Community Center, to be followed by a new food concessionaire. After five years, P.F. Chang’s will be closing its base restaurant, its only overseas location in Germany. It’s unclear what will follow in its place near the base’s enlisted club.
Avocado eggs Benedict and a cappuccino at It's Me cafe on busy Rummelstrasse in downtown Kaiserslautern, Germany, on April 11, 2022.
Do avocado eggs benedict, bacon and cappucino appeal to you? Out staffers recently put a downtown K-town cafe to the test. Check out the review.

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