Also ich gehe immer wieder gerne ins MoschMosch, am liebsten esse ich das thaicurry mit frischem Gemüse und Hähnchen; absolut zu empfehlen. Wenn ich das nicht esse dann meistens das Rinderfilet mit Pfefferkruste, schön Rosa innen aufgeschnitten.
Man kann mit Kreditkarte bezahlen und wenn man nicht zu den typischsten Essenszeiten geht, dann muss man auch nicht reservieren.
Egal wieviel Reste ich noch habe, ich lasse sie mit immer einpacken. Am nächsten Tag aufgewärmt schmeckt sogar noch besser ;-)
Wichtig ist auch zu dem am Goetheplatz zu gehen, da dieser viel größer und sauberer als der andere in der Innenstadt ist. I always like to go to Mosch Mosch, my favorite is the Thai Curry with lots of fresh veggies and chicken; I can recommend it. If I am not eating that I'll eat the beef with pepper crust; pink in the middle, cut up in pieces.
You can pay with credit card and if you don't want to go there in the usual eating hours you don't really have to reserve.
It doesn't matter how much leftovers I have, I always get a doggy bag, because if you warm it up the next day it tastes even better.
Just remember to go to the one on Goeteplatz because the other one is not nearly as good.
This is a good place for "ramen". I had the miso kimchi ramen and a friend had the vegetarian ramen.
Our grouse is this place doesn't have English menus but we can't complain because this is Germany after all.
The portions here are gargantuan and it's basically some non ramen noodles in a broth which was quite salty and with a heap of veggies thrown in. I felt my kimchi one was okay and I ate half of it, but my friend's vegetarian ramen was too salty for her to finish. Would I recommend anyone to come here? Only if you have very low standards for Asian good in general.
My friends met me with their kids in tow, and they were very accommodating of 2 strollers and a toddler who wanted to drink my wine thinking it was apple juice. I had Jippi Jappa, noodles and chicken, which was bland but that's the way uh huh uh huh I like it (you know the tune...go ahead, sing). My companions had their stuff spicy and they seated us at the bar, which was ironic considering we had 2 kids under 3 years old. But the staff was kind and accommodating, and served us quickly and continued to check on it. The company was much better than the food, but I was there to see my friends anyway.
If this averages 4 stars for Frankfurt, I dread the dining atmosphere in the area. This almost rounds up to a 3.
Looks nice enough. Wooden block-style chairs and tables in the main area, which can accommodate groups. The waitstaff was very brusque.
The food..the food is a bit flavorless. And reminiscent of takeout Chinese. I had the ramen with tofu and veggies, which was low on the veggies but high on the sodium. Probably tried to overuse salt to disguise the lack of flavor. Dining partner had the chicken noodles. At least the portions are rather large.
It was also a bit worrisome that the food came out about 5 min after ordering. Shows that your food is probably pre-made.
I do not care to return.
I understand that my standards for Asian cuisine in Frankfurt need to be tempered, but the food here was shockingly bland, even by local standards. I order a ramen, which consisted of a flavor-less opaque broth (not in any way miso), what I imagined to be boiled skinless chicken breast, spinach, a couple baby bok choi, soggy spaghetti noodles (most certainly not ramen noodles), and what was passed off as chili sauce (as usual, no kick to be found here). Although perhaps one of the healthier meals I've had here in Frankfurt, it certainly tasted that way (i.e., no taste whatsoever). They had no chopped garlic, nori, or seasonings to add to the broth to spice it up any. They did have extra soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, and chili sauce on the side, but it really didn't help. Definitely some place to avoid.
MoschMosch is a good spot for ramen. it is a little hidden, which makes it not crazy busy. The bright and clean atmosphere match it's bright and healthy tasting food. I ordered #31' ramen with pork and it was good. It had tasty broth and just the right amount of noodle, meat and veg. They have plenty of outdoor seating. Friendly staff. No English menu, but easy enough to figure out.
Far from original, but far from bad.
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