Menraku has some nicely packaged products and come in many more flavours than these, including noodles with a disc of tempura. I only had the three kinds on hand: a shoyu, a shio, and a tonkotsu flavour. All were very pleasant to eat, salty of course, and the tonkotsu actually looked like a tonkotsu broth. I'd say my favourite of the three was probably the tonkotsu, but the other two were good too. As usual empty the sauce packets into the bowl, add your boiling water, and wait three minutes or so for some tasty noodles.
Soy Sauce Ramen
A very traditional flavour of ramen with a soy sauce base.
|The soy ramen bowl.|
|Comes with a dry ingredient pack and a small sauce packet.|
|Ingredients are in.|
|Some tasty noodle soup.|
Salt flavour ramen on top of the base stock. Should be salty but it brings out the flavour of the stock underneath.
|There was plenty of corn, seaweed, and green onion.|
This is pork bone flavour with a milky soup that has lots of rich undertones for savoury goodness. While it wasn't as good as a fresh tonkotsu, it was okay for instant.
|The soup. There were chunks of dried garlic in it.|
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That's all folks.