Ramen in Vienna

Restaurants with the best ramen in Vienna

Ramen – the well-known Asian noodle soup – is becoming increasingly popular in Vienna. It can be prepared quickly with fresh ingredients and of course, it should also be healthy. What more could you want from a tasty and soothing soup? There are currently dozens of restaurants in Vienna that offer ramen on their menus. We have put together a small but fine selection for you. You are sure to get the best ramen in Vienna exactly here.

 

Mochi Ramen Bar at the Vorgartenmarkt

 

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The Vorgartenmarkt in Vienna’s second district, Leopoldstadt, has been enriched by a wonderful restaurant for quite some time: the Mochi Ramen Bar. Here you can enjoy various types of ramen in a hip and yet quite authentic atmosphere

With meat but also without, as well as with tofu, the popular Asian noodle soup is served here. The obligatory century egg is included in all the different types of ramen and does not have to be ordered separately.

Mochi Ramen Bar
Address: Vorgartenmarkt, Stand 12 and 29, 1020 Vienna
Website: https://www.mochi.at/ramen-bar/
Opening hours:
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:30am – 9:30pm

 

Matcha Komachi in Josefstadt

 

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The traditional Japanese noodle soup is so popular in Vienna that the owners of the Matcha Komachi have two restaurants to satisfy the needs of ramen lovers! One is located on Operngasse, in Vienna’s fourth district, while the newer one can be found directly on Josefstädter Straße, in the city’s eighth district. The ambience, in particular, is truly Japanese. When you enter one of the two restaurants, you may even believe that you are in Tokyo.

The ramen served in both restaurants is excellent. There are several variations of the noodle soup and vegetarians and vegans definitely get their money’s worth. If you still have a little time or if you are eating your ramen alone, why not browse through one of the many Japanese magazines or Manga comics available to read in the restaurants?

Matcha Komachi
Address: Josefstädter Straße 62/V, 1080 Vienna
Website: https://matcha-komachi.business.site/
Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 9:30pm
Sunday: 11:30am – 9pm

 

Mari’s Metcha Matcha

 

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The seventh district of Vienna is no less authentic and traditional. More precisely, at Mari’s Metcha Matcha. Here you can choose from a wide variety of excellent ramen and we recommend that you round off your meal with the wonderful, typically Japanese desserts – Mochi.

Japanese tapas and Bento boxes are also available at Mari’s Metcha Matcha. In any case, you should make sure you have enough time as you will need this to taste your way through the small but very fine menu. A Matcha tea or a Kalpi soda (original Japanese lemonade) is a perfect accompaniment to your meal.

Mari’s Metcha Matcha
Address: Neustiftgasse 7, 1070 Vienna
Website: http://www.metchamatcha.at/
Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: midday – 10pm

 

Shoyu Ramen in Vienna’s first district

 

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It may not be particularly easy to find Shoyu Ramen as the restaurant is somewhat hidden away on Seilerstätte in the city’s first district. But once you have managed to find the small restaurant, you should definitely stop here. The ramen tastes authentic and also the many different variations leave nothing to be desired.

The ambience, on the other hand, is somewhat less chic than you would expect for Vienna’s first district. Clearly the motto here is casual. Fast ramen for the very hungry.

Shoyu Ramen Lokal
Address: Seilerstätte 10, 1010 Vienna
Website: http://www.shoyu.at/
Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11:30am – 10pm

 

Ramen tastes good at any time of the day, giving you enough energy for the city. So it’s best to enjoy it in peace and in the right atmosphere!

 

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