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Nothing soothes the soul quite like a hot, steamy bowl of ramen noodles, and there’s nobody in Hong Kong doing ramen noodles quite like Moon Corner. The word is out on this Japanese hotspot, and the city’s foodies are travelling far and wide to get their fix at this Moon Street restaurant. Found at Moon Court just a stone’s throw from Wan Chai MTR station and Arsenal Street light rail station, this restaurant is easy to reach from all over the city, so book a table, grab all your friends and bring along your biggest appetite to Moon Corner!
At Moon Corner in Wan Chai, you’ll be met by a setting that’s friendly, casual and relaxed. The talented people behind this Hong Kong restaurant take ramen very seriously, that’s why they only use the freshest seasonal produce, the most authentic Japanese ingredients and all-natural products in every dish they make. Seafood is a specialty here, and the soup broth changes daily depending on the fresh catch. Their Moon Street location just a stone’s throw from Arsenal Street light rail station which means getting to this restaurant is a cinch!
Even before taking your first bite of food at Moon Corner, you’ll already be impressed by the incredible aromas wafting through the restaurant’s comfortable dining space. Their specialty is ramen and we can’t recommend it enough – because they change up the broth depending on whatever seafood was is brought in fresh daily, you’ll notice a subtle change in flavours when you dine there. Topped with ingredients like fish balls, meatballs, green perilla, Japanese ginger and Welsh onions, the ramen here takes guests to a whole new world. Reserve your table in advance to enjoy a taste of the sea at Moon Corner in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai.