Joeri Tandoeri is a little Dutch word play. Joeri actually called Joeri and Tandoeri suggests something Indian Tandoori. After being a business consultant, Joeri started to make what he really likes. Food!
Almost four years ago when Joeri dived into food, he chose Indian cuisine because he found his favourite things in it. Spices, meat; all artisan! With a Tandoor Charcoal Clay Oven he transformed his ideas into a brand.
Speaking of street food, Joeri Tandoeri is actually an open kitchen, so you can follow the making of your wrap. All baked, fried, and spiced up right in front of you.
One big challenge is to combine the Dutch taste with the Indian, or more specifically to find the balance in seasoning, tastes that are spicy enough for to be Indian but not too hot for Dutch people.
The coolest and most authentic thing about Joeri Tandoeri is that he gathers his recipes from his travels to India and actually gets his spices from there as well. Probably the most authentic Indian dishes what you can find in Holland!
And clearly the coolest thing about his food that he loves it. And this; the passion you can taste in those spicy bites.