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The best ramen restaurants in Barcelona

Surely relatively recently you have begun to hear in all corners of the city the word “ramen” and where you can eat.
This soup of noodles from Japan is undoubtedly making a hole in the stomach of all the people of Barcelona and tourists who come to the city.

Maybe 1 year ago it was relatively difficult to find a restaurant where you can taste this delicious dish, but, right now there is an expected boom of restaurants that offer this type of dishes. It was time! We were dying to try them

And you, want to know what are the best ramen restaurants in Barcelona?

From Fuster Apartments we will give you tips to enjoy this popular Japanese cuisine dish, usually made with chicken and pork or fish and seafood, combined with wheat and marinated egg noodles or bamboo, defined by different sauces such as soy or miso and cooked over low heat.
Sound good right?

Where to eat ramen in Barcelona. The best places.

1. Koki Kitchen

Located in Barri Gòtic, it is one of the places with the most ramen history in Barcelona. And curiously not Japanese owners but two Irish and the chef, Swedish.
But all this should not be a barrier to trying your homemade food. They prepare a spectacular ramen with an Irish touch that cider puts it. A super interesting proposal to start in the world ramen.

Address: C / Carabassa 19, Gòtic, Barcelona
Schedule: 1:00 p.m.-4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
How to get there: Drassanes (metro L3), Barceloneta (metro L4)


2. Grasshopper Ramen Bar

In the neighborhood of Sant Pere near Santa Caterina, we find this Asian place run by a British, also co owner of the Chinese restaurant Mosquito and the Red Ant Noodle Bar.
A cozy place where you can teleport to the south-east Asia sitting on your stool and eating on top of a small low bar with capacity for 15 diners.
They make their own noodles, add “kansui” to the water so that it has similar properties to Japan and offer the three tasks (miso, soy and seafood).

Vegetarian diners are also welcome as they offer a vegetarian ramen to suck their fingers.
When will a reservation?

Address: Plaça de la Llana 9, El Born, Barcelona
Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday from 1:00 p.m. – 11:45 p.m.
How to get there: Jaume I (metro L4)


3. Ramen Shop

In this small place located in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona, ​​you can eat a fantastic dish of quality ramen.
They offer a complete menu with a first, where you can choose between salads, gyozas among others, and a second where you can choose different varieties of ramen.
The Ramen Shop also offers two vegetarian ramen proposals.

Address: C / Ginás 3, Gòtic, Barcelona
Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
How to get there: Liceu (metro L3), Jaume I (metro L4)


4. Ramen Suita

In the neighborhood of Hostafrancs located this magnificent ramen bar.
Ramen Suita offers a menu with two varieties of ramen (miso or soy) and four different tapas to accompany. The Japanese chef makes the noodles himself.
Undoubtedly an economic proposal in Barcelona to eat ramen. Of the best quality-price places in the city.

Address: C / Princep Jordi 6, Barcelona
How to get there: Plaça España (L1, L3, FGC)


5. Samurai Ramen

Authentic ramen. Generous portions and a service to highlight. Family atmosphere and nice, good selection of dishes with interesting combinations where they also offer several vegetarian options.
Good quality-price and a chef who will advise you if you have any questions. A great place to eat an authentic ramen in Barcelona.

Address: C / Lleida 11, Barcelona
How to get there: Plaça España (L1, L3, FGC)

What do you think about our highlights? Although there are many more places to taste a good ramen dish in Barcelona, ​​these 5 places are a safe bet to start in the world of ramen.

We want you to tell us your experience! 😉