Here’s one from T&T Supermarket up in Vancouver, BC! Many Taiwanese extolled the virtues of these Man Han Feast varieties, especially a beef version. I had the Spring Onion Eel flavor a while back and this is the only other one I’ve seen available in North America. So what does Man Han Feast mean? Wikipedia says:
Manhan Quanxi, literally Manchu Han Imperial Feast was one of the grandest meals ever documented in Chinese cuisine. It consisted of at least 108 unique dishes from the Manchu and Han Chinese culture during the Qing Dynasty, and it is only reserved and intended for the emperors. The meal was held for three whole days, across six banquets. The culinary skills consisted of cooking methods from all over Imperial China.
If you want to read more about the myriad of exotic dishes, here’s the full Wikipedia article. Let’s check this unique variety out!
There were three large import/distributor stickers on the side of the outer packaging of the bowl (click image to enlarge). Contains eel!
Lots of info on the lid (click image to enlarge).
The noodle block.
The dry seasoning sachet.
A big packet with a lot inside!
Liquid base sachet.
Thick and oily.
A large retort pouch.
Spicy eel – and a lot of it. Smells excellent.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added sauteed green onion, Fresno chili pepper and Walla Walla sweet onion. The noodles are flat and broad. They have a nice quality to them; not too chewy but very good for a bowl noodle. The broth is rich with a good spiciness. The added bonus with this is the eel – it’s really good! Everything is rich and hearty and it’s definitely a feast to behold and consume. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 4710088100528.
Here’s a Unif advertisement featuring the beef bowl.