Again Japanese and near the exhibition centre – welcome to the land of noodles!
MoschMosch embodies Japan’s most popular restaurant concept: the ramen bar. Ramen is a noodle soup served piping hot with fresh vegetables and a choice of toppings – chicken, fillets of beef, salmon, prawns and, for vegans, things like tofu. The soups, which are prepared swiftly and contain very little fat, are quaintly christened with names like ‘Peace of Mind’, ‘Morning Sun’ and ‘Feelings of Happiness’. Also on the menu are appetizers such as Edamame, Gyoza and Yakitori kebabs as well as rice dishes and coconut curries with toppings.
Only a few minutes’ walk from the exhibition centre, in the Europa district, MoschMosch aims for the cosy ambience of a traditional Japanese inn, combining clean lines with wooden stools, chairs and seating booths closely modeled on the originals – with outsized orange lampshades and reproductions of Japanese newspapers on the walls to underline the effect.
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