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Mosch Mosch: It's not real Ramen
I went there once close to Goethe.Str as some people says it's Ramen. However It's totally different from Japanese nudle soup(Ramen). Chef says he learned from Japanese Ramen but I can't believe it. Better to go Yumeya, if you want to taste real Ramen.
Favorite Dish: None
MoschMosch: Japanese Noodle Shop
This is a inexpensive gem tucked into a very upscale area (Goethestrasse area near Chanel). Great atmosphere with exotic food.
This is a unique noodle bar with interesting recipes - so it is strictly for the adventurous eater.
Favorite Dish: I love Gyoza (fried dumplings) and they have both meat filled (3 Euro for 4*) or vegetable filled (2.50 Euro for 4).
I had "Morgensonne" Ramen in beef broth with chicken cut teriaki style, spinich, and onions. Very tasty - but too big (6 Euro). Try the smaller portion (5 Euro).
They offer several different types of Ramen, with soy, vegatable, beef, or miso (fish) broth. (5.50 to 9 Euro, or try the smaller portion for 1 Euro discount)
And a great dessert to try: Banana Spring Rolls! (2.50 Euro)
Wash it all down with an Asahi beer (2.80 Euro)
*Prices can of course change!
Mosch Mosch: Big Bowl Noodles
They serve noodles...all kinds - suited for European taste. But if you are like me - hunger for an Asian meal, and a big bowl of broth - go to this place. It is terribly busy during lunch time, but business is quick, and people dress in suits eat and go.
It is just behind from the Prada boutique...we were introduced to have lunch there by the Prada sales ladies....and had Vietnamese Pho. Taste was authentic!!! altho it did not have any basil nor mint leave...but I drank most of the beef broth!!! We shared the table with other business men, they had udon stir fried with lots of black pepper and a nice juicy steak over it. Lots of ladies ordered Ramen with lots of chopped vege, tofu etc. Most noddles are priced in the teens euro, and they even have green tea here. We were served by a nice lady from HCM, Vietnam...
one thing for sure - never ever order the Malaysian Laksa - it surely did not come anywhere close to what we get in Malaysia....not even the soup colour!!!
Favorite Dish: surely a place to have a satisfying noodle after splurging your $$ at Goethestrasse
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