Monsoon is here and Bangalore has gotten back to being the city with the perfect weather. The grey skies and the chill in the air demands that you celebrate the weather with bowls of piping, hot bowls of comforting ramen. And we’ll tell you just where to find it.
Quell Those Monsoon Blues With Slurpy Bowls Of Hot, Hot Ramen From These Restaurants
This chain restaurant serves all sorts of slurpy goodness including bowls of ramen. For veggie lovers, there’s Chilli Ramen featuring tofu, bean sprouts, mushrooms, and leeks. There’s also a Thai-inspired one if you like. Meat lovers can go with the spiced up chilli ramen with grilled chicken and Thai curried ramen with chicken roast pork ramen. The seafood ramen is another favourite. If you’d like to add a bit gimmick to your meal, then, do try their Ramen Burger starting at INR 245. Pot-O-Noodles is only open for takeaway. The idea of picking up some hot ramen to relish at home doesn't sound too bad, eh?
The Fatty Bao
If you are someone who just can't resist a good Pan Asian meal then Fatty Bao would be one of your go-to restaurants in the city. They have plenty of ramen options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Try their Exotic Mushroom Ramen that is made with a mushroom broth and assorted vegetables or even the Miso Butter Ramen with Tempura Vegetables for an authentic Japanese experience. Non-Vegetarians, try the Fatty Pho Ramen made with chicken broth with poached chicken, ginger, fried onions, and black noodles priced at INR 410. The Fatty Bao is open for dine-in. They are shut on Mondays because they're busy deep cleaning and sanitising! No worries if you're craving ramen on a Monday you always have your fill picked up or Swiggy-ed.
Winter is here and for a dose of warmth and comfort head to this popular restaurant for their excellent noodle bowls. Ramen fans can choose to dig into the Mama’s Spicy Ramen Bowl. It’s got minced vegetables and soya along with buttered corn kernels and spinach in a super-spicy broth. You can choose to order a vegetarian one with vegetables or a meaty one with some chicken in it at INR 499 and INR 599 respectively. You're in luck! Mamagoto is delivering via Swiggy and Zomato
Want a bowl of soothing ramen but don’t want to step outside your home? ChefKraft comes to your rescue! Their one-pot miso ramen loaded with juicy chunks of chicken and slivers of shiitake mushrooms is an all-time favourite with customers. They also have one pot chilli ramen noodle soup meal (both veg and chicken) that you can indulge in and make the most of the monsoons. ChefKraft is taking order online. Order with no fear because they have taken all necessary safety precautions.
One of the city’s oldest Japanese restaurants, Harima has a few ramen options that you can choose from. If you’d like to keep things simple, there’s the soya base vegetarian soup noodle that’s topped with chunks of leek and spring onions. If you want your ramen bowl to come with more exciting flavours, then, go for the Shoyu Ramen that’s got Japanese creamy chicken broth, ginger soy sauce noodles with chicken, boiled egg, leeks, and spring onions. Go on a date with bae and enjoy warm cups of ramen (make it a fancy dinner date!). Harima is open for dine-in and takeaway. They have no delivery service in place at the moment.
Looking for Ramen on a budget? Head to this new kid on the block, Taiki in Indiranagar. Try their Yasi Ramen with fried tofu, bamboo shoot, snake bean, and corn. They also serve the chicken ramen and seafood ramen for you to indulge in. Taiki is home delivering via Swiggy, Zomato and Dunzo ensuring that your ramen is prepared fresh and is touched by your hands alone! Order now!