I’m the world of instant noodles, there’s the kind that comes with soup, and then there’s the kind that don’t have soup. I generally hate the kind that don’t have soup. Bibim Myun was no exception.
Category Archives: Ramyun
Although tasty, Chapagetti tastes like neither of the two dishes from whence it draws it name: cha jang myun or spaghetti. It’s not ramyun, but you can find it at your Korean grocery store in the ramyun section.
Ramyun, as wonderful as it is, has its limits. And sometimes, ramyun tries to get ahead of itself. Cham Pong noodle soup is a prime example.
I was looking forward to trying Sutah Ramyun. Unlike many of the ramyun I have been writing about here, I’ve never had this one before. So I had no idea what to expect.
There a universal language to ramyun packaging. Red = spicy. Jin Ramyun is the exception. Had I bothered to read the front label at all, I would have realized this beforehand. The English translation on the package is “jin ramen (hot),” and Korean literally translates to “jin ramyun – spicy flavor”