#589: Vifon Korean Style Instant Noodle Kim Chee Flavor Bowl

I thought today I’d pause from the onslaught of funky noodles and look at this one. The thing I didn’t expect was that these would be wheat noodles and that piqued my curiosity. Here goes my 5:30pm after work breakfast!

Click image to enlarge. I opted out of the microwaved noodles program and went with boiling water and putting an old yearbook from a thrift store on top.

Alrighty! Included fork update coming soon! Clockwise from top left: chili powder, seasoned oil with nice bits and great odor, fork, powder soup base and vegetable packet.

Is that the results of binge drinking Frangelico with Herman Cain, Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich and eating lots of pizza all night? No! I don’t have a picture of that. This is everything sitting atop the noodle block awaiting the searingly painful boil. Note: noodles feel no pain so the searing part is just for effect. Carry on.

Click image to enlarge. Added two fried eggs and some Konriko Creole Seasoning. I wasn’t expecting this to be so good! The noodles were almost fluffy but not spongy and gross; they were light and had good character. The broth was awesome – a little spicy and a nice taste to it. The veggies what few there were were really nice – there were some really awesome chunks of garlic. The whole thing tasted just great! 4.25 out of 5.0 stars! Get it here.

Vifon commercial. Eating happy little wheat bits never tasted so good! Or evil!

Wow I would so eat a few of these! Kim chee and KFC? Hell yes!


  1. Hi you’ve got some great stuff going on here. Feel hungry reading your reviews at times! 🙂
    Have you tried Ching’s Secret Instant Noodles by Capital Foods Pvt. Ltd.
    It is an Indian company. Hope to see your view on that soon!

  2. Have you ever tried chinese sausage called lup cheong? It’s sweet and goes great with spicy noodles. They’re pretty cheap, $3 for 12 links and they last forever w/o refrigeration….

  3. I wonder why theres no ramen with like full pieces of vegetables and meat..like imagine an entire carrot or something just chopped up in that soup. Is there something about big pieces that cant be dehydrated? Why hasnt it been done before?

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