Augustine Kyu Park (akp214@stern.nyu.edu)
Mon, 24 Jul 2000 20:33:45 -0400


Yep I love sapporo ichiban as well only one small problem it's way too oily
:( so I"m stuck with the Korean "Shin" Ramen which is nice hot and spicy
the way I like especially when I place some egg and fish cakes in :)
-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Wong x4241 <Michael.Wong@nsc.com>
To: gundam@aeug.org <gundam@aeug.org>
Date: Monday, July 24, 2000 8:16 PM
Subject: [gundam] Ramen

>Dear List:
>
>> In a message dated 7/24/00 2:31:28 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>> lordvader@cfl.rr.com writes:
>>
>> > I've always been partial to Sapporo Ichiban...both the ramen and
yakisoba.
>> > Probably
>> > not the cheapest option, but dangit, they're the best tastin'.
>>
>> Yeah, the Sapporo Ichiban is the best out of the japanese brick ramen.
On
>> the subject of yakisoba, have you seen the U.F.O. yakisoba bowls?...
Hehe, I
>> just cracked up when I saw that. I had to get one even tho they were
>> expensive as hell.
>
>I also like the Japanese brick ramen that is called "Chu Ka San Mai" (rough
>translation is Chinese 3 taste, my Japenese sucks big time though I think
the
>Kanji sounds like it). Sure don't taste Chinese to me but they are really
good
>none-the-less. I've tried the Thai ramen, and don't really like them,
there
>is this flavour called the "Laksa" flavor that I suggest you all to avoid
like
>plague!! Yes, it is THAT nasty (and I am stuck with a whole carton!).
Still
>think the Korean ones are the best though.
>
>Most Japanese import ramen are expensive as hell, that's why I mostly stick
>with the Hong Kong ones.
>
>About "Albertson's", I really missed the days when it was called "Lucky".
>
>Michael
>
>
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