Umamido Sint-Katelijneplein

Place Ste Catherine/ Sint Katelijneplein 1
1000  Bruxelles/Brussel

Located downtown Brussels on the beautiful square of Sint Katelijne, this is the latest Umamido baby to open up in spring 2015. It looks small and cosy but actually it can seat more than 50 people over the two floors. Additionally, there is a beautiful terrace in front. So much going on in this booming area, nice bars like Monk and Roskam, close to old stock exchange and the central market of Brussels, this is the place to be.

You can now enjoy our delicious ramen at home or at your office effortlessly by placing your order here:

opening hours

Mon - Wed : 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 22:00. Thu - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 23:00. Sat : 12:00 - 23:00 (non-stop). Sun : 12:00 - 22:00 (non-stop).

Team St Catherine

Dorota, aka Lady D

Dorota is a little bit "La Mama" at Place St Cath. She is the one that keeps the place spick and span the whole time, but one could easily say her moral influence reaches way further than that. Also, she brings us delicious home made cake all the time, which probably makes her the most loved Umamido team member. Speaks EN-PL


Maybe the least visible of all chefs, cause his main turf is the kitchen at Place Saint-Catherine, the only Umamido restaurant that doesn't have an open kitchen. But don't think he aint busy, he is running the biggest Umamido restaurant after all, with its 58 seats over two floors. Speaks FR-EN-NL

Sovann, aka So

So almost made the huge mistake of starting to work in marketing for a massive international company, but thank god and luckily for us he quickly saw his mistake and joined the Umamido team as the first chef after Mike. He has been running the show for more than a year already at Flagey. A lean mean ramen cooking machine he is. Nobody at the entire Umamido can send out 150 ramen in one day and still keep his kitchen as spotless as if nothing ever happened, almost scary. Speaks FR-EN-NL

Guy, aka Patron

The inspirator of Umamido. Durings Guy's studies abroad he ended up doing an internship for  six months in Kyoto, Japan in an attempt to see the world and expand his horizons. On the very first day of arrival in Kyoto, his very first meal, without even knowing what he was queing for, was an overly delicious bowl of tonkotsu ramen. He fell in love then and there (very much like the evil restaurant critic in Ratatouille when he first tastes the ratatouille made by Remy, if you haven't, watch it!!) Anyway, the rest is history ... Speaks NL-FR-EN-DE