Product Review: Nongshim Noodles (Kimchi Ramyun Noodle Soup)

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Nongshim Noodles are a strong favourite of mine, those of you who read my Koka Noodles product review will remember that not only am I a connoisseur of noodles but also I take them very seriously so here we go again with another product review.

Nongshim LogoAs usual, before we move on to the actual review I want to talk about the company that makes the product. Nongshim Co Ltd was founded in 1965 (formerly Lotte Food Industrial Company prior to 1978) and is a South Korean food and drinks company which has its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. It’s products include ramyun, snacks, and bottled water. Today I will be reviewing their Ramyun noodle soup, which is available both in noodle block and noodle cup form.

 

Nongshim Noodles (Kimchi Ramyun Noodle Soup)Nongshim Noodles (Kimchi Ramyun Noodle Soup)
First off, the noodles themselves are fantastic, reasonably thick and obviously really good quality. But what I like most about this is that the flavour is just so rich and moreish, it’s spicy but not too spicy, and this might just be me but I eat it with croissants when I can (does that count as French/Asian fusion cuisine by the way) but any bread would do, because it soaks up more of that delicious soup broth for you.

Overall it’s a really tasty product that is well worth the cost, and you can find it in the foreign food aisle of most supermarkets, so grab yourself one now!

 

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