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ramen in university village

Discussion in 'Food, Drinks and Dining' started by ema, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. ema

    ema Full Member

    i was craving for some ramen after not eating anything but starbucks coffee lolz
    i went to this sushi place in the international food court at ubc's university village and asked for the miso beef ramen

    it was freaking salty, it would have been a decent bowl of noodles if the soup wasn't so filled with msg and salt bleh
    im sure it's store bought ramen noodles lol but they were pretty long
    here's the egg

    the beef was edible but it wasn't good, it tasted like old beef slices. am i trying this again, probably not. i ate halfway and was full it was a really big portion for $6.50-7
  2. 6u-huo.l.uV

    6u-huo.l.uV Moderator Staff Member

    better than this BULLsh*t from jfk international airport:


    straight up, i kid you not, instant noodles from the bag with chopped up chicken
  3. ema

    ema Full Member

    lol, that's still good i like instant noodles. but yeah i guess my noodles were better, lol that sucks!
    hope your airplane food was good though lol
  4. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Mr. Noodle?
  5. jrysmile

    jrysmile Junior Member

    I recognize that instant noodle anywhere. Has to be 'shinramyun' or maybe 'neoguri' I can tell by the coiling noodles and the thickness oily looking soup base. I say they put everything in a normal instant noodle excluding the vegetable packet and added fresh green onions and other ingredients in there. Instant noodles, good but unhealthy.
  6. 6u-huo.l.uV

    6u-huo.l.uV Moderator Staff Member

    nah, we weren't on the plane long enough to have a proper meal. just snacks which were bags of chips etc..

    yeah. i thought it was neoguri noodles...

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