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ramen rating: sun noodles shoyu

sun noodle shoyu ramen

I’ve always admired Sun Noodle’s simple packaging for this nama ramen. The noodles just look so simple and fresh. Will reality match perception?

Mmm, the tasty shoyu broth has a mellow barely-sweet undertone, but is clear and not too heavy. For a nama ramen, it’s great. And the firm curly noodles have a great chewy texture. It seems a bit undercooked at the suggested 2-1/2 mins so you might want to bump the cooking time to 3 mins. The noodles do a good job at absorbing the soup and this would make at least a decent bowl of ramen at a ramen shop with just a few more ingredients. And yes, the noodles do taste fresh.

Sun Noodle shoyu ramen gets a 8/10.

sun noodle shoyu ramen

  5 comments for “ramen rating: sun noodles shoyu

  1. 12/14/2010 at 1:34 pm

    Great to know of good options Ed, thanks for sharing.
    Btw, I haven’t seen them in a while but I’ve had a couple bad experiences with Chibakiya’s instant from Mitsuwa. Whomever makes them has quality control issues, I think packaging related. Even got one with nori (supposedly sealed) that was brown and old. :(

    • 12/14/2010 at 9:08 pm

      @Dennis: are you talking about the Chibakiya bowl ramen? Brown and old nori? I hope you didn’t eat it. I remember not being too impressed with it and after looking around, I guess I lost my notes and never posted about it 😛

      • Joyman99
        3/3/2013 at 1:34 am

        Where can I buy Sun Ramen?

      • 3/20/2013 at 10:03 pm

        Try checking Japanese and some Chinese supermarkets. If there’s a Mitsuwa supermarket near you, they should carry it.

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