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#1958: IbuRamen Mi Goreng Bento Noodles In A Box Curry Masala Flavor

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This is the last of the IbuRamen tray varieties I’ve seen available. I really didn’t care for the other two, but hey, it’s curry day! Let’s see how this one fares with a curry fanatic.

The bottom of the cardboard outer (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself.

Here’s what you find under the cardboard outer.

A little card with preparation instructions from inside (click to enlarge). To prepare, remove all sachets. Add in 200ml water and microwave 5 minutes uncovered. Replace lid and use drain spout to drain off water. Add in powder and liquid sachet contents and stir well. Garnish with Lingam’s sauce. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

This is an interesting anomaly. First, yes – it says Mexi-Ramen. But second, this is a dual-sachet labeled sachet – but it only has one seasoning inside! Not sure if I’ve ever seen this before.

A dark powder.

A vegetables sachet.

Big ol’ shallots!

Okay I screwed up here – I forgot to take a picture of the liquid sachet.

A final sachet.

A light powder.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added shrimp and carved squid. The noodles were very standard of gauge and chew. The flavor on this one was really quite good! A kind of creamy curry works very nicely. The fried shallot is a super nice bonus as well. Very pleased to find that I like one of these varieties – the other rated very poorly. 4.0 out of 5.0 stars.  UPC bar code 850248004113.

Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes

Ah, Mexi-Ramen demo clip, you’re so fascinating…

#1942: Ibumie Always Mi Goreng Perisa Sambal Udang

The last of the Ibumie Always Mi Goreng varietals I found at 99 Ranch recently – or I should say my lovely wife say them. Udang means prawn and sambal is wondroud spicy stuff of dreamsLet’s check it out!

The back of the big 5 pack (click to enlarge). Contains fish and crustacean.

The back of the package (click to enlarge). To prepare, boil noodle block for 3 minutes and drain. Add in sachet contents. Stir and enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet.

The chilli powder atop dry seasoning base.

A dual sachet of liquids.

Spicy sauce and sweet soy sauce.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added coriander, Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, chilli paddi, fried garlic, and shrimp with a little Shark Brand Sriracha sauce. The noodles did great – decent chew and gauge. The flavor was kind of a surprise; I expected a bit spicier. The prawn taste was definitely there. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. EAN 850248004182.

Ibumie Mi Goreng Original Instant Noodles ( 10 Packs X 2.82oz)

An Ibumie Always Mi Goreng TV spot.

#1900: Ibumie Always Mi Goreng Perisa Kari Kapitan

Well folks, we’re in the home stretch to the 2,000th review. To be honest, I never had a clue I would be reviewing instant noodles every day – never in a million years. Anyways, still quite a few to go so let’s check this one out. Kapitan Kari literally means ‘Captain Curry’ – kind of like the king of curry. Let’s rip this one open and give it a try!

The enormous distributor/export sticker on the back of the 5 packs (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free. To prepare, add noodle block to a pot of boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. While the noodle cook, add the sachet contents to a bowl. Drain noodles. Add noodles to the bowl and mix thoroughly with sachet contents. Enjoy!

The back of the package (click to enlarge).

The noodle block.

A dual sachet.

Chilli powder atop seasoning base.

A dual sachet of seasoned oil and sweet soy sauce.

The two liquids mingling.

A garnish sachet.

Fried shallots.

Finished (click to enlarge). Ate it straight. The noodles have a good gauge and chew – very standard. The flavor was awesome – curry and spicy and sweet and it was nice on the oiliness and everything! Only issue was there wasn’t enough of it! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 9555050301160.

Ibumie Mi Goreng Original Instant Noodles ( 10 Packs X 2.82oz)

An Ibumie Mi Goreng TV commercial.

#1874: Ibumie Always Mi Goreng Perisa Thai Tom Yam

Well, this is embarrassing… From time to time I’ve accidentally pasted the watermark twice and one ends up in the middle of the image. Sorry about that! About a month or so ago my wife and I were at the Edmonds 99 Ranch Market and she noticed a whole bunch of varieties and asked if I’d tried them. I’m legally blind, which basically means my eyesight is there, but so poor that it’s hard for me to cross the street, would be a menace behind the wheel, and miss a lot of instant noodles that my wife catches at the store! Let’s check out this Tom Yam flavored mi goreng!

This is a huge distributor’s label on the 5 pack (click to enlarge).

Here’s the back of one of the individual package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, boil noodles for 3 minutes and drain. Add in all sachet contents and stir. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet.

Chilli powder atop seasoning base.

A dual liquid sachet.

Seasoned oil mingling with sweet soy sauce.

A sachet that says ‘chilli sauce ala Thailand’ on it…

Has a very sweet scent.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added Dodo prawn fkavior fish balls, Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, lime and coriander. The noodles are good – decent gauge, nice chew. The flavor is a little different. First, it’s spicy. Then sweet. Then I’m getting this odd bitter taste; and where’s the lemongrass? I really like the idea of tom yum mi goreng, but this isn’t what I think of when I think tom yum. 2.5 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 9555050301122.

Ibumie Mi Goreng Original Instant Noodles ( 10 Packs X 2.82oz)

An Ibumie Always Mi Goreng TV commercial.

#1862: Ibumie Always Mi Goreng Asli

For awhile now, people have been asking if I’d reviewed Ibumie’s Always Mi Goreng. Well, no – that’s because I’d never found it or received a sample or donation from a reader. I’ve seen it around for years on the Internet. About a month or so ago my wife and I were at the Edmonds 99 Ranch Market and she noticed a whole bunch of varieties and asked if I’d tried them. I’m legally blind, which basically means my eyesight is there, but so poor that it’s hard for me to cross the street, would be a menace behind the wheel, and miss a lot of instant noodles that my wife catches at the store! So, if you’re one of the folks who have messaged me about this one, you can thank Kit for her keen observation! Let’s check out Always Mi GOreng!

Here’s the back of the package, a four pack (click to enlarge). This is an import/distributor sticker – probably the largest one I’ve seen. They’re distributed by Walong, 99 Ranch Market’s big distribution asset.

Here’s the back of one of the individual packages (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to a pot of boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. While the noodle cook, add the sachet contents to a bowl. Drain noodles. Add noodles to the bowl and mix thoroughly with sachet contents. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet of dry seasoning and chilli powder.

The chilli powder atop the seasoning base.

Another dual sachet – this time a seasoned oil and sweet soy sauce.

The two liquid ingredients mingling together.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added shrimp and a fried egg. The noodles cooked up nicely – good chew, good quantity. The flavor is a very standard mi goreng; a sweet and slightly spicy variant. Missed the fried onion. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 9555050301115.

Ibumie Mi Goreng Original Instant Noodles ( 10 Packs X 2.82oz)

An Ibumie Always Mi Goreng TV commercial.

The Ramen Rater’s Top Ten Malaysian Instant Noodles Of All Time 2015 Edition

When I visited Malaysia last October, I was asked by a newspaper reported when I thought a Malaysian top ten list might come out. I figured once I got to around 70 reviews I could probably put something together. As of today, I’ve reviewed 100 different varieties from Malaysia. What’s more, I am releasing this top ten list on Malaysia’s Independence Day! Hari Merdeka! Happy Birthday, Malaysia! I hope everyone enjoys this list, in my opinion the best of the best instant varieties Malaysia has to offer that I’ve tried yet.

#10: Ibumie Penang White CurryMee

Ibumie is a very popular brand in Malaysia. What I like about their CurryMee is that it covers all the bases: spicy, rich and flavorful curry. The levels of these prerequisite are such however that it’s accessible to most – not too spicy or strong. A good one to introduce people to Malaysian instant noodle flavor. Original review

#9: Ah Lai Penang Favourite White Curry Bihun

I found that the bihun version of Ah Lai’s White Curry was very enjoyable; the noodles come out just right and dance with the curry broth playfully. Balanced just right. Original review

#8: Mamee Chef Curry Laksa

Mamee Chef’s noodles use ‘mi tarik’ technology to emulate hand pulled noodles. Coupling that with a rich and tasty curry broth and garnish including tau pok, this is definitely one of my all time favorites. Original review

#7: The Bridge Penang White Curry Noodle

A noodle with excellent texture and chew along with a beautifully lustrous broth with strong flavor. Makes me wish I could’ve gotten more from Malaysia to bring home! Original review

#6: MyKuali Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodle

Hokkien Mee is a wonderfully unique flavor of Penang and is extremely well represented here. The broth is sweet and has a deep flavor of prawn as well as a spiciness. The provided fried onions are the best I’ve ever found in an instant noodle. Original review

#5: Mamee Chef Gold Recipe Mi Kari Seribu Rasa

This variety has it all – great noodles, a deep and beautiful color, and finally a flavor that makes me think of the exotic. Lots of cumin and other spices comer together here masterfully. Original review

#4: CarJEN Nyonya Curry Laksa

I’ve seen a lot of noodle packages but I must say this is by far the sexiest. What’s nice is that what’s inside is equally as awesome – a very tasty curry is augmented with coconut powder and a dipping sauce with nice bits of shrimp. Original review

#3: MyOri Malaysia Penang Green Curry Rice Vermicelli

This is something new I tried in the last few months that’s just left me speechless. The green curry broth is thick and so flavorful; perfect spiciness and perfect taste. What’s more, it pairs with rice vermicelli in a stunning way. Luxuriant and innovative. Original review

#2: MyKuali Penang White Curry Noodle

This is the variety and flavor that grabbed me and set my palate on Malaysia. The richness, thickness and strength of this broth is mind-blowing. The noodles are engorged on it and have a hearty gauge and chew. A real game changer. Original review

#1: MyKuali Penang Red Tom Yum Goong Noodle

This one takes the cake. It has such an authentic flavor; as soon as I tried it, I was whisked back to Langkawi – the thickness of this tom yum is amazing, as is its’ sweetness and spiciness. I half expect to find a stalk of lemongrass in the bowl. Original review

As always, if you know of a variety I should try, check THE BIG LIST to see if I already have, and if I haven’t, contact me! Hari Merdeka, Malaysia!

#1550: Ibumie Penang White CurryMee

During a trip to 99 Ranch recently (my son wanted to get my wife some Christmas gifts), I happened down the noodle aisle and found these! Ibumie CurryMee! Wow – white curry on the shelves so nearby! Can’t complain about that!

They’re sold in 4-packs and have this neat little lesson on the history of Penang! Just a side note – didn’t have any of the nice garnish to accompany so had this that day. The image is with the noodles all prettied up from the bowl I ate today. Basically just saying I tried it with the curry paste stirred in without any additions prior to this today’s pic. Let’s have a look inside Ibumie CurryMee!

Here’s the import/distributor’s sticker from the back of the 4 pack (click image to enlarge). Contains shrimp. What’s interesting here is that the distributor has their own bar code where underneath is a different one. The 12 digit bar code is widely used in the west while a 13 digit is used elsewhere. This can make scanners go wacko discerning which is which!

Here’s the back of one of the individual packs (click image to enlarge). To prepare, add noodles to 350ml boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Add contents of sachets and stir gently. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

A smaller seasoning sachet.

The soup base has a slight shrimp scent.

A much bigger sachet.

Non dairy creamer.

Finally, the paste.

Thick and oily with a deep, rich color.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added fishball, tau pok, coriander, bean sprout and Chinese long bean. The noodles have a good texture and gauge. They have a light chew and are soft with no crumble. The broth is quite nice – has a full and rich flavor. Spicy but not extremely spicy – wish it were a bit spicier. Excellent curry taste! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 9555050300101.

Ibumie Penang Har Mee Instant Noodles (Combo Pack)

A TV spot for Ibumie Penang White CurryMee.

#1484: Ibumie Mee Baa..Gus Mi Goreng Spicier Original Flavour

Here’s one that Annie T. of MyKuali sent me a while back from Malaysia – thank you again! I’ve been very curious about this Ibumie Mee Baa..Gus, mainly from the packaging and name. So first off let’s translate a little. Mi Goreng is fried noodle (mi being noodle, goreng being fried). Perisa Asli Pedas is spicy original flavor. But – what about Mee Baa.gus? Well, mee is also noodle, and bagus would be gorgeous or wonderful. So they’re going for something like ‘wonnnnderful!’ with the little extra punctuation in the middle of bagus. Another term on the front of this pack is ‘Shiok.’ Shiok basically is an exclamation – you might have a really great bowl of noodles and say ‘wow – these noodles are really shiok!’ Urban Dictionary said it is a way to express pleasure and happiness. So! Now that we’ve had a little language lesson, let’s see how this mi goreng variety comes out!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, boil a pot of water. Drop noodle block in and cook for 3 minutes. While the noodles cook, add contents of seasoning sachets to a bowl and stir. Drain noodles when done and drop into bowl and stir. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

Powder seasoning.

Has a spicy scent.

A dual sachet of seasoned oil on the left and sweet soy sauce on the right.

Very orange color!

Thick, gooey and sweet.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added krupuk aci, thin sliced beef, sliced green onion, fried egg, ABC Manis Pedas chilli sauce and BonCabe Level 15 chilli seasoning. The noodles The noodles have a little crumble but are pretty sturdy and chewy compared to other mi goreng varietiess I’ve had before. The flavor is sweet and spicy. The spiciness has an interesting richness to it I liked. This is decent stuff! 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 9555050301184.


Here are a couple different varieties by Ibumie.

An Ibumie Mee Baa.Gus TV commercial.

#926: Ibumie Penang VegeMee Vegetarian Instant Noodle

Here’s the other new one I saw at 99 Ranch the other day. Sounds interesting… Vegetarian flavor instant noodles often have an odd flavor – we’ll see what this one’s like.

The back of the package (click image to enlarge). I like step two – it says to stir ‘gently.’

The noodle block.

The seasoning powder.

Okay this is odd – I tasted the powder and it tastes like bacon to me!

Vegetable oil and sweet soy sauce.

The soy sauce was extremely thick in this one.

The veggie packet.

Not exactly sure what kind of veggies they are at this point – and the package just says they’re dehydrated vegetables.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added onions, two fried eggs with Cavendar’s Greek seasoning and some Dua Belibis chili sauce. The noodles are a little crumbly and stiff. The broth didn’t end up tasting like bacon so much; kind of a weird vegetable melange. Those dehydrated veggies? They appear to me to be spinach; kind of okay. Not the best that I’ve had from Ibumie. 2.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 850248004069 .

An Ibumie TV commercial for HarMee.

Video about Malaysian street food – looks really good!

#923: Ibumie Penang LadMee Hot Pepper Flavour Instant Noodle

Hey awesome! Went to 99 Ranch yesterday and found a couple I hadn’t reviewed before! With such a drought of new things to review, a couple 69 cent packs were a nice surprise! So here’s Ibumie LadMee from Malaysia!

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge).

Here’s the noodle block.

Here’s an unlabeled largish packet.

A fine, light powder.

Now here’s where it’s kind of confusing; wasn’t the last packet seasoning powder?

This one definitely has a strong pepper taste to it; not chili pepper but more attune to black pepper.

Oil on the left and sweet soy sauce on the right.

They mingle in the cup nicely.

Andy wanted to get some new kinds to try – so he dug into his piggy bank and picked all these out himself.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added chicken with Tony Chachere’s Creole seasoning, stir fry veggies and some Dua Belibis chili sauce. The noodles are nice – good chew to them and well mannered insofar as they aren’t cheap or spongy. The broth is interesting; it has a strong pepper taste – not the chili kind but the salt and pepper kind. It’s an interesting experience; not like another black pepper flavored instant I had before but all to its own. 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 850248004045 .

This is a pretty odd TV commercial – I like it!

A short video of travel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It’s Done: List of Manufacturers, Ramen Fansites and Places To Buy Noodles Online!!!

After spending a few days on it, here’s the list. If you have anything you think should be added, please let me know – II’d love to make this the most complete list on the Internet of instant noodle information! You can find it in a tab on top of the site as well.

Manufacturers

Annie Chun’s

www.anniechun.com

Assi Brand

www.assisuperla.com

Baijia

www.scbaijia.com

Bestme

lechine.com

Binh Tay

binhtayfood.com

Ching’s Secret

www.chingssecret.com

Doll

www.doll.com.hk

Dragonfly

www.ustrading.com

Fashion Food

www.fashionfoodthailand.com

FoodMon DJ DOC

m.idoit.co.kr

Fortune

www.jslfoods.com

Gefen

www.gefenfoods.com

Goku-Uma

www.nishimototrading.com

Gomex

viethungfood.com

GreeNoodle

www.greenoodles.com

Hsin Tung Yang

www.htyusa.com

Ibumie

www.biz-allianz.com

Indomie

www.indofood.com

Itomen

www.itomen.com

JFC

www.jfc.com

JML

www.hualong.com

Kamfen

en.lechu.com.cn

Knorr

www.unilever.pk

Koka

www.revolution.com.sg

Koyo

www.koyonaturalfoods.com

Lishan Food Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

hawmaw.com

Shandong Liuliushun Food Co Ltd

liuliushun.com

Little Cook

www.namchow.co.th

Long Kow

www.crystalnoodle.com

Loveme

lechine.com

Lucky Me!

www.mondenissin.com

Maggi

www.maggi.in

MAMA

www.MAMAlover.net

Maruchan

USA www.maruchan.com

JP www.maruchan.co.jp

Menraku

www.hikarimiso.com

Mimee

www.may-baker.com

Miracle Noodle

www.miraclenoodle.com

Myojo

www.nissinfoods.com.sg

Namchow

www.namchow.co.th

Nano

www.gfood.com.vn

Nissin

USA www.nissinfoods.com

JP www.nissinfoods.co.jp

Noah Foods

www.noahfoodsinc.com

Nong Shim

eng.nongshim.com

Noodle Time

www.noodle-time.com

Omachi

www.masanfood.com

Ottogi

www.ottogi.co.kr

Paldo

www.paldofood.com

Payless

www2.urc.com.ph

Q Brand

www.uni-president.com

Quickchow

www.zesto.com.ph

Royal Umbrella

www.royalumbrella.com.au

Saigon Ve Wong

www.aone.vn

Sakurai Foods

www.sakuraifoods.com

Samyang

www.samyangfood.co.kr

Sanyo Foods

www.sanyofoods.co.jp

Sapporo Ichiban

www.sanyofoods.co.jp

Sau Tao

www.sunshunfuk.com.hk

Shirakiku

www.nishimototrading.com

Six Fortune

www.sixfortune.ca

Snapdragon

www.snapdragonfood.com

Sunlee

www.sunlee.com

Sunny Maid

www.sunnymaid.com

TableMark

www.tablemark.co.jp

Tayho

www.tayho.com

Tat Hui

www.tathui.com

Thai Kitchen

www.thaikitchen.com

Tiger Brand

www.tigerfood.com.tw

Tradition

www.traditionfoods.com

Unif

www.uni-president.com

Ve Wong

www.vewong.com

Vedan

www.sunnymaid.com

Vifon

www.vifon.com.vn

Vina Acecook

www.acecookvietnam.com

Wai Wai

www.chaudharygroup.com

Wei Lih

www.weilih.com.tw

Westbrae

www.westbrae.com

Wu-Mu

www.sinlinfood.com

Ramen Fansites

Asian Soup Test (Germany)

www.asia-suppen-test.de

Ramen Reviews

ramenreview.wordpress.com

Rameniac

www.rameniac.com

noodlereview

noodlereview.posterous.com

The Ramen Review

theramenreview.blogspot.com

ramenramenramen

www.ramenramenramen.net

Ramen Tokyo

www.ramentokyo.com

Instant Noodle Review

noodles.2ne1.com

The Official Ramen Homepage

www.mattfischer.com/ramen

Instant Noodle Database & Reviews

www.wholla.com

Ramenblog

www.ramenblog.com

Die Happy Souper (Germany)

www.happysouper.de

Go Ramen!

www.goramen.com

NYC Ramen Adventures

nycramenaddict.blogspot.com

Ramen 2.0

www.tastyramen.com

ramen-otaku

ramen-otaku.blogspot.com

Ramen Walker

ramenwalker.blogspot.com

Ramen Adventures

www.ramenadventures.com

Ramenate!

www.ramenate.com

Ramen Road

ramenroad.blogspot.com

Iwate Ramen

iwateramen.blogspot.com

Ramenlicious

www.ramenlicious.com

Jay’s World

ay.typepad.jp/jays_world

Journey Into The World of Ramen

ramenlovers.blogspot.com

flickr Ramen Noodles Group

www.flickr.com

eat.tanspace.com

eat.tanspace.com

SoCal Ramen

www.socalramen.com

Kyoto Foodie

www.kyotofoodie.com

The Noodle Freak

thenoodlefreak.blogspot.com

Anarchic Ramen

anarchicramen.blogspot.com

No Reason!!

noreason-hiroshi.blogspot.com

Noodleholic

noodleholic.blogspot.com

Ramen 4 Pika

ramen4pika.blogspot.com

Online Ramen Stores

Note: I have never used any of these places to order noodles nor do I endorse them in any way. I have no opinion of them, for or against

Ramen Depot

www.ramendepot.com

Very Asia

www.veryasia.com

Marukai E-Store

www.marukaiestore.com

E Food Depot

www.efooddepot.com

Han Yaw

www.hanyaw.com

Ramenbox

www.ramenbox.com

My Korean Diet

www.mykoreandiet.com

The Japanese Kitchen

www.japanesekitchen.co.uk

Wai Yee Hong

shop.waiyeehong.com

Wing Yip Store

www.wingyipstore.co.uk

Amazon Grocery

www.amazon.com/grocery

Koamart

www.koamart.com

Shirataki Noodles Diet

www.shiratakinoodlesdiet.com

Meijer

www.meijer.com

Asian Food Grocer

www.asianfoodgrocer.com

I Shop Indian

www.ishopindian.com

Calibex

www.calibex.com

The Asian Cook Shop

www.theasiancookshop.co.uk

Yelzah Global Marketplace

www.yelzahglobalmarketplace.com

Kim’s Asian Market

www.kimsasianmarket.com

#457: Ibumie Penang Harmee Mee Goreng Prawn Flavour Fried Noodles With Fried Shallots

 

Lookie here, lookie here! This came from 99 Ranch near Disneyland in California! I’m hoping it’s as good as the Indomie Mie Goreng – possible? I suppose we’ll have to see!Now first off, Indomie is an Indonesian company while Harmee is Malaysian.

From left to right: Dry powder seasoning, chili powder, fried shallot, seasoned oil (this is a lot of it by the way) and sweet soy sauce.Five packets! I really enjoy seeing lots of packets – makes it more fun and gourmet! Also, a lot of people will enjoy deciding how much of what ingredients to use.

Everything but the fried shallot which will be used at the end. So these noodles get cooked and drained then dropped in the bowl and stirred. This is the same style of preparation as the Mie Goreng you can get from Indomie.

Click image to enlarge. I added two fried eggs. I also added some kizami shoga (pickled ginger). On top of the eggs are the fried shallot. So how do they compare to the Indomie? Well, they’re definitely different. This bowl by the way is two packages of it – I couldn’t resist… Now the noodles… They’re absolutely perfect – just right as far as chewiness and non-mushiness. The flavor? It’s complex. The prawn moves around the palate from bite to bite while the chili powder gives a constant flavor. The oil and soy give the noodles a nice rich color, nip of sweetness and a filling greasiness. Made me want to eat a banana and sit and look at the ocean afterwards. 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. Excellent.

I must say this is quite possibly the best instant noodle commercial I have ever seen!