Category Archives: Other

#3512: Samyang Foods Buldak 2x Spicy HOT Chicken Flavor Topokki – South Korea

#3437: Samyang Foods Buldak 2x Spicy HOT Chicken Flavor Topokki - South Korea

First off, let me say that I did a mukbang with this one an it’s at the bottom. Definitely the spiciest one I’ve done in quite some time. ...see full post

#3505: Myojo Spicy Yuzu Mazesoba – Japan

#3505: Myojo Spicy Yuzu Mazesoba - Japan

Today we have a Zenpop.JP variety – so what’s Zenpop? They’re a subscription service for all things Japanese! Definitely, check them out. By the way, use coupon code RAMENRATER to get $2 off! ...see full post

#3504: Sapporo Ichiban Sundobu Karakuchi Ramen – Japan

#3504: Sapporo Ichiban Sundobu Karakuchi Ramen - Japan

Today we have a Zenpop.JP variety – so what’s Zenpop? They’re a subscription service for all things Japanese! Definitely, check them out. By the way, use coupon code RAMENRATER to get $2 off! ...see full post

#3499: KOKA Baked Multi Grain Noodles Five Spiced Duck Flavour – Singapore

#3499: KOKA Baked Multi Grain Noodles Five Spiced Duck Flavour - Singapore

KOKA released 3 varieties in this range and this is the second of the three I’m reviewing today. Duck is a bit of a mystery to me. I love duck and I feel that it is the most neglected meat in Western cuisine. In Asia I’ve had duck on every visit – it’s everywhere and it’s such wonderful, tasty meat. ...see full post

#3497: Kenmin Shisen Shirunashi Tantanmen – Japan

#3497: Kenmin Shisen Shirunashi Tantanmen - Japan

Here’s another one from James of Lakeside, CA – thanks again! This is an interesting one – a rice noodle tantanmen from Japan. The packaging certainly is neat looking, and it’s gota brand I’ve not heard of which is always something I like. New is goo, although from what I see this brand has been around for some time. Let’s take a look. ...see full post

#3496: Menraku Sichuan-Inspired Ramen “Spicy Sesame” – United States

#3496: Menraku Sichuan-Inspired Ramen "Spicy Sesame" - United States

Here’s one from Menraku – these are indeed made in Japan, but definitely for the US market. This was sent by James, a reader from Lakeside, CA. I’ve reviewed a slew of Menraku varieties in the past, but recently seen a few new varieties and have been rather impressed. Let’s check this one out. ...see full post