So I tried this last night for the first time based on /jp/'s recommendation, and holy shit do you guys have shit taste. This was the flattest, least interesting ramen I've ever tasted. Even maruchan is better than this shit.
The thread is already well off the front page, and he had to go and put it back on the front page just to tell him to go somewhere else.
You'd think not replying at all would get rid of the thread faster if he didn't want it here.
When the distribution network was destroyed by the Great East Japan Earthquake, all foods sold out except shin ramen at supermarkets and convenience stores in East Japan area.
evidence : google "大震災 辛ラーメン 売れ残り"
This is very good.
Thoughts on Sapporo Ichiban?
I don't entirely disagree, but I find myself coming back to the shin BLACK style every time it goes on sale. That and this spicy seafood one are the only non topramen that gets sold by the convenience store near me.
I prefer both of these to the others by a long shot. Shin raymun gets too soggy, salty, and garlicy to enjoy sometimes.
I don't understand how people can say that korean noodles are bland when the most popular flavors in japan are "salt" and "soy."
This ramen is delicious, but it's delicious for different reasons than Japanese ramen is. Many of those who are only used to Japanese ramen don't like it. Obviously, it's Korean after all.
I asked my roommate to get me some of this when he went to the store and he brought back a bunch of fucking indomie
What do I do with this shit, I'm so fucking tired of eating it
I bought a pack of some kind of nissin raoh a while ago, but every time I think about eating it I end up eating shin ramyum instead. this thai duck flavor I had the other day was good too. japanese noodles are so bland compared to other kinds.
You realized they didn't buy those shin noodle simply because it was spicy right?
Add to the fact that there was water shortage as well, which eating something spicy will cause nothing but dehydration and unnecessary strains.
Get your source checked before you post mate.
Don't tell me I'm the only one who puts an egg or a slice of cheese (and let it melt) on top of this instant noodle?
It really cuts the spiciness and is actually more delicious than eating it plain.
I also heard pouring milk would also work but I'm afraid to try that.
shin ramyun isn't just spicy, it has good garlic and beef flavor too. it isn't even that spicy anyway. even those habanero noodles that I posted have more flavor than just being hot.
The only ramen I've ever seen at a store where I live is this, how the fuck do you guys get all these fancy brands?
Shin ramyun isn't that fancy most wallmarts have it, its just not in the regular section where all the other ramen is. You have to check the "Hispanic foods" section, they have a small section for asian food there.
I normally buy pic related, taste about the same as shin ramyun but in a bowl and my walmart only carries the packs of shin and I've always preferred ramen in a cup or a bowl.
Dont know about you guys but this is about $1 per pack here and is pretty good.
Does anyone have an image which is similar to this, but the Korean noodles were on I believe the bottom shelf and the rest of the shelves were empty? I'm pretty sure it was taken after the 2011 Touhoku earthquake.
That one isn't but they have a miso flavor, it's also really good. Everything Sapporo ichiban is good. It's the standard by which all cheap ramen should live up to.
The only cheap and tasty shit I can get is this. Back in 2013 I was eating it every day for lunch and it drove my blood pressure so high that my heartbeat was causing my bed to creak.