So here we go with some Wai Wai. This stuff is made in Thailand and the noodles can be eaten straight out of the bag like a bag of chips. This was a much smaller package than usually seen here on ramenrater.com. In fact, the directions call for a mere 1 1/3 cups of water [320cc] instead of the usual 2 to 2 1/2 cups.
These aren’t small packets and I was really surprised to see such large packets in a small package of instant noodles.
First is a pile of white salt consistency powder, then the contents of the green packet then the liquid packet.
So here’s the final product (click image to enlarge). Not a lot of food here and quickly ingested. 1710mg of sodium though for one to ponder though.
Then there’s all this grease! As for a review… The noodles were very light and thin – I liked them. The were reminiscent of the Unif / Tung-I variety. As for the broth, wow. Very flavorful. There was an extremely strong citrus element and I’m going to guess that’s from the white powder packet. The crazy amount of grease was a little hard to take… The spiciness was very nice and overall rounded things out. I liked the flavor of the broth. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, I’ll give this one a 2.75. It was tasty but I feel a little nauseated by the grease and anticipate a run to the bathroom soon. This isn’t any diss on the freshness of the product by the way or its ingredients being of poor quality. It simply was a lot in a small package.