Ramen menu at 10€
We are in November and we still have a pleasant weather in Barcelona. That’s one of the great things about living in this city.
Today I come with a simple and authentic restaurant; for those days where the cold weather might suddenly appear or just when you are in the need of comfort food. Perfect for now, that the days are shorter. It’s a nice place to go while you are walking around the area.
It is a Ramen place. I love Ramen, it’s a Japanese soup with homemade wheat noodles in a meat, fish or veggie broth accompanied with eggs and seaweed.
We are discovering Mutenroshi Ramen.
A simple small place in the district of Gracia. Gracia is not too far away from Pg De Gracia, the golden mile of Barcelona – where all the high brand boutiques are. The Gracia district feels like another city altogether, in the 19th century it was actually an independent little town. This area is filled with bohemians and artists and you will find cozy bakeries, ice-cream parlors, bars & restaurant. The locals are very proud of their roots and their neighborhood in the Gracia district. You also have a big community of expats. It’s a fun way to discover a different side of the city. You can also walk from from Gracia to the Parc Guell.
Coming back to Mutenroshi Ramen, the name is homage to the character in the manga cartoon Dragon Ball. The interior is simple and has some picture of the maestro Mutenroshi, Son Goku martial art teacher.
You have a great menu, for around 10 € every day for lunch and dinner: it includes gyozas, Ramen & a drink. We usually get these types of menu for lunches and only on weekdays.
They have vegetarian options too in this menu and they have great dishes à la carte. If you need a bit more spices in your dishes ask for their chilly sauce.
Their gyozas are homemade and delicious. The Ramen, perfectly made comes in its warm tasty broth, the vegetarian one comes in a miso soup along with its other ingredients.
Try the bravas there. It’s usually the typical tapa you get in any bars but here they come with a twist: sweet potatoes served with a spicy mayonnaise.
By Jyoti Chugani bellebarcelone.com
Mutenroshi RamenCalle Sant Agusti, 10, 08012 Barcelona, Spain
Area: Eixample right
Website: Mutenroshi Ramen - Barcelona
Opening hours: Closed on Sundays. Open from 1 to 4pm. From 8 to 11.30pm.
Phone: +34 931 64 20 07
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