August 21, 2011

#482: Menraku Japanese Ramen “Shio” Authentic Ramen Soup

Got this one at the new Bellevue Uwajimaya. Shio means salt, so I suppose this is salt ramen. Let’s give it a try!

Oil on left and veggie and soup base pouch on right. Pouch is pretty good sized.

Here it is, awaiting the boiling bath and a couple of fried eggs…..

Click image to enlarge. So here we are with the two fried eggs on top. So the noodles are great. The broth was, well, a little salty. But it wasn’t nasty salty; it was used as a flavoring rather than something to dump on fries as we commonly do. I don’t know how else to explain. The veggies were great – corn, seaweed and cabbage. Eggs on top and boo yah. 4.5 out of 5.0 – very good. Find it here.


Slurpees rock hard and ride free.

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

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