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#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang – Indonesia

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

First, thanks to Robert Z for sending this along! Check out his amazing www.dadbert.com blog!! II mean wow – I’ve been wanting to try these for a while now and figured I would probably never get one. So yeah – it’s in here – real meat! Rendang is also one of my favorite things in the known universe. Here’s a little about it from Wikipedia –

Rendang is a spicy meat dish which originated from Indonesia, especially the ethnic group of Minangkabau people,[2] and is now commonly served across the country.[3] One of the characteristic foods of Minangkabau culture, it is served at ceremonial occasions and to honour guests.[4] Rendang is also served among the Malay community. Rendang is traditionally prepared by the Minangkabau community during festive occasions such as traditional ceremonies, wedding feasts and Hari Raya (Eid al-Fitr).

Although culinary experts often describe rendang as a curry,[2][5] rendang is usually not considered as such in Indonesia since it is richer and contains less liquid than is normal for Indonesian curries.[6] In 2011 an online poll of 35,000 people by CNN International chose rendang as the number one dish of their “World’s 50 Most Delicious Foods (Readers’ Pick)” list.[7] In 2018, rendang is officially recognised as one of 5 national dish of Indonesia.[8]

Awesome – yeah rendang is amazing stuff – if you’re ever near Edmonds, Washington – hit up Waroeng Jajanan on Highweay 99 try the rendang there! Everything else too for that matter – Jonathan makes some wonderful food. Let’s check out this meaty Indonesian variety!

Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang – Indonesia

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Contains beef. To prepare, add noodle block to 400cc boiling water for 3 minutes. Drain. Add in sachet contents. Finally, stir and enjoy!

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

A pillow pack.

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

The noodle block.

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

A retort pouch.

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

Liquid and beef.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added fried onion, fried egg, cherry tomato, and coriander with a dash of BonCabe. The noodles were just great – the flavor clung to them happily and they had the right chew and gauge. The flavor was that of rendang – sweet and hot and full of flavor. The meat? Dry beef chunks and beans combined to make things tasty and really wonderful. I’m thrilled – nice when you get hyped up about something and it ends up being really great. 5.0 ouf of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 089686045017.

#3008: Indomie Real Meat Mi Instan Goreng Rendang - Indonesia

Indomie Variety Pack – 6 Flavors in 1 Case (30 Bags)

Watch me cook this one up!

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

Alright so about these – I received a 5-pack from the nice folks at the Indomie booth at the Taiwan International Food Expo in Taipei, Taiwan in November 2017. I asked a little about them. This pack you see here is specifically for Taiwan. So, what’s different? Well for starters, lots of Chinese on the pack. The main difference however is the actual soizie of the package. This one’s a little bit bigger than the ones found elsewhere, and this is unique to Taiwan. You can’t get them like this anywhere else in the world. Period. A huge difference? No, but still a difference. Here’s a little info from Wikipedia –

Indomie is a brand of Instant noodle by Indofood, the largest instant noodle manufacturer in Indonesia, with a market share of 72%.[1] It is distributed in Australia, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Europe, The Philippines, and Middle Eastern countries. Outside its main manufacturing plants in Indonesia, Indomie is also produced in Nigeria since 1995 where it is a popular brand and has the largest instant noodle manufacturing plant in Africa.[2]

The “Mi Goreng” (“stir fry“) range of instant noodles by Indomie, based on the Indonesian dish Mie goreng, entered the market in 1983 and are distributed in North America, Europe, Africa, Australasia and various regions in Asia. The brand flavours are sold in varying weight packets, around 85 g, and contain two sachets of flavourings. The first sachet has three segments and carries the liquid condiments: sweet soy saucechilli sauce, and seasoning oil with garlic flakes. The other sachet has two segments for dry seasoning powder and flake of fried shallot. In some regions, Indomie Mi goreng is also available in jumbo (120 gram) packs.[15]

In 2006, Indomie launched a new variant Indomie Mi Goreng Kriuuk.. 8x. In this product, 8x means “Lebih banyak, Lebih renyah, Lebih gurih, Lebih gede” (“more noodles, crunchier, more savory, larger”), in three flavours: Chicken, Onion, Spicy. Indomie Mi Goreng is certified halal.

Indomie Mi Goreng contains phenylalanine, so individuals suffering from phenylketonuria should avoid the seasoning. Indomie Mi Goreng also contains monosodium glutamate (MSG, listed as flavour enhancer 621).

Additionally flavour enhancer 631 can be prepared from meat extract and/or dried sardines, but it can also be created via a microbial synthesis process from a vegetable source,[16] and flavour enhancer 627 is isolated from sardines and/or yeast extract. The inclusion of flavour enhancer 631 and the way it was prepared means Indomie Mi Goreng may or may not be suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Note that last line there. Okay so for all of you asking for a top ten vegetarian list – that’s why there isn’t one. Digging through ingredient lists all over and especially ones with these flavor enhancers would be a serious job. Not gonna happen! Anyways, let’s open this one up and have a look!

Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles – Taiwan

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to 400ml boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Drain. Add sachet contents except for onion. Stir well. finally, sprinkle fried onion on top and enjoy!

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

The noodle block.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

A dual sachet.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

Powder base.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

Fried onion garnish.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

A trio of liquid sachets: from left to right: chilli sauce, sweet soy sauce and seasoned oil.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

The three co-mingle in a wonderfully scented hot mess.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added mung bean sprouts. The noodles have that standard gauge with a slight backbone which works so well. The flavor is great as always – sweet, spicy, salty, just right. I will use the y-word here. Yummy. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.  EAN bar code 8994963000783.

#2798: Indomie Instant Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (Taiwan-only Version)

Indomie Variety Pack – 1 Case (30 Bags)

An Indomie TV spot

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

This one came by way of Kamran R, from Australia – thanks again! He went with hie family on vacation to Bali. I read about these a while back and definitely have been wanting to try them. I mean c’mon – pizza cheese flavor mi goreng? Here’s a translation about the My Noodlez line of products –

Introducing Indomie My Noodlez, first noodles for children made with carrot and seaweed with a sprinkling of crunchy topping exciting. For children who love to eat instant noodles, Indomie My Noodlez will be their favorite food as it comes topping crunchy exciting and have good taste, Indomie My Noodlez available in 3 delicious flavors, Indomie Indomie Rasa Pizza Cheese, Taste Salmon Teriyaki, and Indomie Rasa Seaweed. Guaranteed eating experience they become more exciting and fun!

So these are for the kids! Awesome! Well I’m excited about this! Let’s check out Indomie My Noodlez!

Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese – Indonesia

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodles to 400ml boiling water and cook 3 minutes. Drain. Add in sachet contents. finally, stir and enjoy!

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

The noodle block.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

The seasoning base.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

A fine, light powder.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

A liquid sachet.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

Reminds me of pizza sauce.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

A garnish sachet.

#2399: Indomie My Noodlez Mi Goreng Rasa Pizza Cheese - Indomie - The Ramen Rater - instant noodles

Little crunchy fried bits.

Finished (click to enlarge). Added turkey pepperoni, mozzarella cheese and coriander. The noodles come out pretty well and have a good texture and mouthfeel. So, the next question – does it taste like cheese pizza in its unadulterated form? Indeed, it tastes like pizza! I am very pleased with that. Undoubtedly, the idea of cheese pizza flavored noodles sounds strange, however it works with noodles quite well. I would have eaten this by the truckload as a kid! 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686054033.

One of the finest instant noodles in the world – Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodle 3 oz – (Pack of 30)

A TV commercial from Indonesia for Indomie MyNoodles.<

#1856: Indomie Instant Cup Noodles Mi Goreng Fried Noodles

I reviewed the original version of this a long time ago and really liked it. This is a new version for export – has gotten quite a facelift since review #725! This was sent to me by Michael C. of Eastland Foods! Thank you!  Let’s check it out!

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Detail of the side panels (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, Add boiling water to fill line and cover for 3 minutes. Tear off lid and put plastic lid back on – use it to drain. Add in all sachets except fried onion. Stir. Sprinkle fried onion on top and enjoy!

Detail of the lid (click to enlarge).

An included fork!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet – fried onion and seasoning powder.

Fried onion to add at the very end.

Dry seasoning base.

A triple sachet! From left to right, seasoned oil, sweet chilli sauce and finally sweet soy sauce.

The three liquid seasonings co-mingling in a cup.

Miles woke up as I was starting to prep stuff so he joined me in the kitchen to watch – he was very patient as he was ready for something to eat, but I kept telling him about what I was doing and he seemed interested!

Finished (click to enlarge). Added BonCabe Level 10 seasining, fried egg and coriander. The noodles are your standard Indomie fare – light on the chew, standard instant gauge. But the oil, sweet soy sauce, chilli sauce and onions (oh yeah the dry seasoning too) all come together masterfully. It’s like a sweet, salty, spicy hint of crunchy broth-free symphony. Loved this stuff in a pack for years, Love it in a cup too. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686180657.

Indomie Variety Pack – 1 Case (30 Bags)

An Indomie Mi Goreng TV commercial.

Indomie Samples From Eastland Foods

Got an unexpected box from Michael C. over at Eastland foods today!

An Indofood reusable shopping bag!

Ah-ha!

I reviewed the old version of the Indomie Mi Goreng cups a loooooong time ago. This is the new look – new size I think too. Thanks! I’ll review it soon!

Re-Review: Indomie Mi Goreng Fried Noodles

On my last trip to the Asian grocery store, I had a though. I thought maybe I ought to toss in some of the varieties I’ve not reviewed in a while that I’ve recommended quite a bit to people since they’re relatively easy to source and quite good. This one’s a perfect example. My first favorite instant growing up was the Japanese Nissin Chickin Ramen. After trying a few varieties, I found Indomie Mi Goreng line and was all about it. When we’d go to Seattle we’d come back with a couple bags full of them, and I don’t think my parents minded too much since it was around 25 cents a pack. I tried many different varieties in the Indomie Mi Goreng line – there are quite a few.  I used to go for the Satay flavor mostly, but then found the Barbecue Chicken one to my liking. Then there’s the Rendang which is a really great one, gracing the top ten list a couple times I think. This one today is the original version. If you’ve not tried this stuff, you’ve got to; it’s a real treat and easily modified to taste. There’s five sachets ioncluded- quite a few in an instant noodle pack and I’ll explain them all here. Anyways, let’s bring on the Indomie Mi Goreng!

Here’s the back of the pack (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to 400ml boiling water and cook for 3 minutes. Combine all sachet contents except fried onion in a bowl. Drain noodles thoroughly and add them to the bowl and stir until combined. Garnish with fried onion and enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual sachet.

This is the bawang goreng, aka fried onion. It’s the one you’ll want to sprinkle on at the end.

The ‘bumbu’ which is a dry seasoning here.

A trifecta of liquid sachets. On the left, a seasoned oil. Next to it in the middle is manis pedas, a sweet and spicy chilli sauce. Finally at the far right we have the kecap manis. This is sweet soy sauce – a thick and syrupy sweet dark liquid.

The three liquid sachets all co-mingling together.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added fried egg, extra fried onion, krupuk aci and Dua Belibis chilli sauce. The noodles have a nice tension and gauge – decent quantity as well. The flavor is stuff of legend; it’s just excellent! A sweet, salty and spicy combo that works so well – very balanced and tasty. The fried onion bits add such a good crunchiness as well. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686170726.

 What’s great about this Indomie Mi Goreng is that it’s really quite inexpensive. You can get 30 packs on Amazon for under $20USD – worth every penny too!

Here’s a little holiday message from Indofood, makers of Indomie Mi Goreng.

#1406: La Fonte Spaghetti with Mushroom Sauce

Here’s another one sent by a friend in Indonesia – thank you! La Fonte is a line by Indofood, makers of Indomie. I don’t usually review boxed instants like this but this one’s really interesting. I reviewed a different one a while back and though I ought to give this one a try. Let’s check it out!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Contains chicken broth. To prepare, boil 550ml water. Cook noodles for 4 minutes, then drain. Put noodles on a plate and add contents of sauce sachet. Enjoy!

A little bag of spaghetti noodles.

The sauce sachet.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Sampled the noodles and sauce, then added mushroom and minced beef that was sauteed with garlic and Worcestershire sauce. The noodles were good – excellent gauge and were your standard spaghetti noodle. The sauce was nice and sweet with a strong tomato flavor. The mushrooms were of good quality. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8888900620113.

A La Fonte TV advertisement.

#1402: Pop Bihun Spesial Rasa Kari Ayam Pedas

Here’s one a friend in Indonesia sent me a while back – thanks! So these are rice noodles – which are called bihun over in Indonesia. Rasa Kari ayam Pedas translates to spicy curry chicken flavor. This looks like a tasty one – let”s see how it 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 350ml water and add noodle block. Put seasoning sachet contents in a bowl, except the fried onion sachet. After noodles have cooked for 2 minutes, put in bowl and stir. Garnish with fried onion. Enjoy!

The rice noodle block.

A dual sachet of dry ingredients – soup base on the left and chilli powder on the right.

The chilli powder atop the soup base.

Another dual sachet – fried onion on the left and seasoned oil on the right.

The seasoned oil.

Fried onion garnish.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added chicken, hard boiled egg, bell pepper, sweet onion and BonCabe Level 10 chilli seasoning. The noodles have a slightly smaller gauge than your standard fried wheat noodle. Kind of a nice gauge for rice noodle as well. They have a light chewiness and are pleasant to eat. The broth is quite good – a nice chicken curry flavor is augmented by the oil whichh gives it a little heartiness. The fried onion garnish adds a nice finish. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.UPC bar code 089686038118.

Here’s a TV advertisement for Indofood’s Pop Bihun.

#1390: Indomie Mi Goreng Rasa Iga Penyet

Here’s one I’ve been waiting for just the right day to try. Iga Penyet is a dish which is extremely popular in Jakarta, Indonesia. But, exactly what is it? Well, from looking around, I found that it translates to Smashed Beef Ribs ala Jakarta. I’ve also seen it referred to as Fried Beef Ribs. Either way, beef ribs and a spicy sambal sauce are involved, as well as garlic. I didn’t have any beef ribs to cook alongside, but I’ll figure something out – let’s check out this Indomie Iga Penyet!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Not sure if it contains meat so check for yourself. To prepare, boil 400ml water. Add the noodle block and cook for 3 minutes. While it cooks, put sachet contents in a bowl. When done, drain the noodles. Transfer to bowl and stir until combined. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

A dual dry ingredient sachet: seasoning base on the left, chilli powder on the right.

The chilli powder atop the seasoning base. Notice the little bits intermixed in the base.

A dual sachet of liquid ingredients: seasoned oil on the left and sweet soy sauce (known as kecap manis) on the right.

Interesting. Has a nice beef scent.

Thick, black sweet soy sauce.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Sauteed some beef with Walla Walla sweet onion, minced garlic and BonCabe Level 10 chilli seasoning, and added a folded fried egg with some ABC manis pedas sauce. The noodles are classic Indomie – great texture and feel – nothing more, nothing less. The flavor is different; it’s got the sweetness and spiciness, but the beef taste is rich. It lingers. Definitely something different with this one and I can see why it’s popular. 4.75 out of 5..0 – worthy stuff!UPC bar code 089686043686.

Here’s a Master Chef preparing Indomie Iga Penyet in a special way.

#1340: Indomie Taste Of Asia Mi Goreng Rasa Bulgogi Ala Korea

Here’s an interesting new one – bulgogi is probably one of my most favorite foods! Bulgogi, for those of you who haven’t experienced it, is Korean barbecued beef. What they do is marinate the beef in a nice sweet sauce and then barbecue it in thin strips. What are great are Korean barbecue restaurants. You are seated at a table with a little brazier in the center.

This is a pic from a visit we had to our favorite Korean barbecue restaurant called Secret Garden. As you can see, there’s a gas burner in the middle of the table! It’s really neat – they also do pork, chicken, and hot dogs of all things! It’s really good stuff. As for all the little dishes – those are called banchan. They are all sorts of pickled things – cabbage (kimchi), radish, lotus bean pod, bean sprouts… Different restaurants have different banchan, but it’s always a lot of fun as you get to try out all sorts of tasty things. I’ve read that people really like this bulgogi-inspired mi goreng, and I must say it’s going to be interesting. Being a huge fan of the real deal, it’s going to have to be pretty good stuff. However, Indomie usually does a really good approximation of flavors, and so my hopes are high. Let’s check it out!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free. To prepare, boil 400cc water and add noodles and garnish sachet contents for 3 minutes. Put the liquid sachet and sesame seed sachet and chilli powder sachet contents into a bowl. Once the three minutes are up, drain. Add it to the bowl and combine thoroughly. Sprinkle sesame seeds on top and enjoy!

The noodle block. These noodles look to be a bit broader and thicker – slightly similar to instant dry udon from Japan.

Here’s the liquid sachet.

The paste is very thick like molasses.

The vegetables sachet.

A fascinating little mix of onion and other vegetables.

Finally, a dual sachet with sesame seed garnish on the left and chilli powder on the right.

Here they are next to each other.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added beef sauteed with garlic, green onion and sweet onion, carrot, fried egg and BonCabe Level 10 chilli seasoning. The noodles are very different from what we’re used to from Indomie. The noodles are wide and thick and have a chew very similar to some Japanese udon bowls I’ve had before. The flavoring was interesting; it had a bulgogi-like skew to it, but then kind of skewed back towards a sweet soy based flavor. This, coupled with the noodles seemed kind of off to me. The vegetable mix was fascinating – it said it was onions and other veggies, and I figured the large flat pieces were cabbage ala kimchi, but I think it’s tofu. The sesame seeds were a nice touch. To sum it up, I think it was more interesting than enjoyable for me. 2.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686043532.

Here’s a TV advertisement for Indomie Taste Of Asia Bulgogi flavor.

#1331: Indomie Taste Of Asia Mi Kuah Rasa Tom Yum Ala Thailand

I’ve been asked about this special series from Indomie for a long time and finally got my hands on some! Indomie’s Taste Of Asia line has three components: Laksa representing Singapore, Bulgogi representing South Korea, and finally Tom Yum to represent Thailand. I thought since I embark on a new Meet The Manufacturer tomorrow, I’d try something a little different. So Tom Yum is a Thai soup, usually with very strong spiciness and citrus flavors. I’m very curious as to how they’ll do this one. Let’s check it out!

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks like it may contain shrimp in the garnish. To prepare, boil 400cc water. Add noodles and garnish sachet contents for 3 minutes. While cooking, put contents of paste sachet in a bowl. Once noodles are done, pour into the bowl and stir well. Enjoy!

The noodle block.

The paste sachet.

A thick paste and oil. I’m not detecting the strong citrus scent I was expecting; but the proof’s in the cooking. I’ve had some varieties in the past I’ve found to be really foul smelling when it came to the pastes, and then when everything was cooked and combined it was some really excellent stuff. This doesn’t smell bad at all, just not what I was expecting.

The garnish sachet.

What are the round things? Sliced shrimp ball.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added lime, Thai chillies, fish balls, shrimp, cardamom (cilantro), sweet onion and BonCabe Level 10 chilli seasoning. The noodles are good – thick gauge and nice texture. The broth was a surprise. I get cardamom and citrus and a bit of spiciness, but there’s a bit of a sweet soy sauce kind of thing going on as well which seems really odd. Odd that they would use it but decent in the mix. The garnish was very nice – hydrated well and was of excellent quality. Was like a fusion going on. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars.  UPC bar code 089686043525.

Here’s an Indomie commercial for their Taste Of Asia line, focusing on the Bulgogi variant.

#1311: Pop Bihun Spesial Rasa Soto Ayam

Here’s another one from a friend in Indonesia – thanks! I got some really cool new varieties from Indofood last week, but I’d better get a few older varieties out of the way before those! Shouldn’t be long! Let’s check out this rice vermicelli soup variety from their Pop Bihun line.

Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add rice vermicelli block and solid ingredients to 400cc boiling water and cook for 2 minutes. Put the remaining sachet contents in a bowl. After the 2 minutes, pot the contents of the pot into the bowl and stir. Eat.

The rice vermicelli block.

A dual sachet: soup base on left and chilli powder on right.

Chilli powder atop soup base powder.

Solid ingredients sachet.

Tasty bits!

Finally the seasoning oil sachet.

Has a nice onion infused scent.

 

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added leeks, Fresno chilli peppers, chicken, lime, hard boiled egg and BonCabe Level 10 chilli seasoning. The noodles are thin and light – just as they should be. They have a nice texture. The broth is wonderful and I think probably the best thing I could imagine smelling if I had a cold. A strong lime scent with lots of interesting exotic notes along with a nice chicken and onion kind of roundedness. This is quite nice and very pleasant. 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 089686038071.

]A Pop Bihun TV commercial.