I usually don’t mention price when it comes to my reviews, but holy cow: 8 packs for 99 cents! That lowered my expectations quite a bit. But I was a bit surprised by what came out of the packet. Look, a real red pepper!

Overall, I was pleasantly surprised. The noodles were a bit on the skinny side and nothing too exciting, but the soup was pretty decent. I could barely smell shrimp, but the tangy, slightly sour soup was nice and light, and just a bit spicy.

Not bad…not bad. Crying Tiger’s spicy chili shrimp ramen gets a slightly above average 6 out of 10. Ok, I’ll tack on an extra half point for the red pepper. 6.5.

7 thoughts on “ramen rating: crying tiger spicy chili shrimp ramen”

  1. You know, I’ve had many people ask me wherer to get this and if I would review it. Where does this stuff hail from? – The Ramen Rater

  2. our noodles were rancid, the seasoning packs were good, but not the noodles themselves

  3. how do i contact crying tiger to complain? i cooked 2 packets of the beef ramen and both tasted rancid, now this morning my mom and i both have diarrhea and food poisoning.

  4. I don’t know if this is the one, but around the year 2010 I found something like this in a clear package. It just had the noodles and seasoning packet at the time. It was a little spicy and pretty peppery, but somehow tasted Lightly Flavored. Compared to the Top Ramen I usually, this is still my favorite packaged Ramen from what I remember! I am going to try and buy these again and see if they match the flavor profile from the original.

    I’m here because of a comment from Reddit.com due to a post I made looking for this (possible) Brand.
    So thank you and them for sharing.
    ~NS

  5. Hi my name is walker and I’m trying to find some crying Tiger ramen noodles but can’t find them anywhere? Is there a way to order them online???

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