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Nissin Demae Ramen Spicy Instant Noodles, 100 g, Pack of 30 now £12 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 6th Jul

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Not sure how these taste, but I can defo recommend the beef flavour version.
3 for £1.20 at Tesco, loads of flavours to choose from.
anle199106/07/2019 08:48

Not sure how these taste, but I can defo recommend the beef flavour …Not sure how these taste, but I can defo recommend the beef flavour version.


This is the best flavour by far, a proper premium pack of noodles.
polarbaba06/07/2019 09:08

This is the best flavour by far, a proper premium pack of noodles.


Not sure about that but the Chinese love this brand =)
ookitnow06/07/2019 09:14

Not sure about that but the Chinese love this brand =)


We are all noodle heads in our house and a fussy bunch on top, this one's definitely amongst the ones on top of everything we have tried to date . Taste is subjective of course, quality less so. This one's certainly got quality going it as well.
AccidentalGenius06/07/2019 09:00

3 for £1.20 at Tesco, loads of flavours to choose from.


Probably the better offer above if don't want 30 of the same flavour!

However Amazon you'll get less eyes drawn on you for selecting 30 packs!
Duck flavour is nice.
We've had a lot of the Samanyang noodles at work recently, so I've ordered these to see how they compare (based on comments above). Nice one
Used to get a box of 30 made in Hong Kong Nissin from See Woo for £9.99. Will check the price next time I am in London.
DarrylJohn06/07/2019 09:39

Probably the better offer above if don't want 30 of the same flavour! …Probably the better offer above if don't want 30 of the same flavour! However Amazon you'll get less eyes drawn on you for selecting 30 packs!


Nah, I go to the local wholesaler & grab a box or two of different noodle types (& brands) as interest & price take me, nissin are good! ...& we realistically have around 90+ packs of noodles in the larder at any one time, (use them for hot meals with a bit of sauce & left over meat chopped up & bunged in "katsu" if being stupidly posh with our insulated bento boxes when you'd rather starve than have another sandwich.

What non-noodle heads might not realise is that these tend to come with a decent amount of seasoning &/ or soup base (500ml water per portion is fairly normal) ..so these are filling.

There seem to be various "tiers" within the nissin brand affecting size & market accordingly, so don't get stitched on that.

& if you aren't adding the fat sachet (which sometimes comes with noodles) add a dash of toasted sesame oil for some nuttiness.

PS anyone who likes pappodums should try the "jeera" variety (both microwaveable & regular fry available) ..SO much better than regular bland normal "dums" ..tasty!
i HIGHLY recommend the Ko Lee Thai green chicken noodles 30 for £10.50


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You can always buy the plain noodles exactly the same price for double but no flavourings. Personally these are great to eat when on the run. Just don't forget to wash them first before adding flavours or you will be eating crap =)
Great deal amazon, but I will stick with the box of noodles from poundstretcher containing 16 bags for 2.99.
julian.hellis06/07/2019 11:29

Great deal amazon, but I will stick with the box of noodles from …Great deal amazon, but I will stick with the box of noodles from poundstretcher containing 16 bags for 2.99.


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Are they the same brand?
DarrylJohn06/07/2019 09:39

Probably the better offer above if don't want 30 of the same flavour! …Probably the better offer above if don't want 30 of the same flavour! However Amazon you'll get less eyes drawn on you for selecting 30 packs!


Maybe get Tesco Delivery get £13 worth of shopping (the minimum is £25 right?)
I think I might do that
Oh and you don't need to buy £12 worth
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Jul
Norseg06/07/2019 11:47

Send a pictureAre they the same brand?


No they are a cheap basic brand but taste good for the price.
julian.hellis06/07/2019 11:55

No they are a cheap basic brand but taste good for the price.


Are they flavoured or just plain?

Ramens cheap already so I get the good stuff
Norseg06/07/2019 11:58

Are they flavoured or just plain? Ramens cheap already so I get the good …Are they flavoured or just plain? Ramens cheap already so I get the good stuff


They are beef. I will buy expensive ones like the ones in Sainsbury's for 2 pounds each for a treat but I use these for a snack at work and these are good enough for that.
julian.hellis06/07/2019 12:03

They are beef. I will buy expensive ones like the ones in Sainsbury's for …They are beef. I will buy expensive ones like the ones in Sainsbury's for 2 pounds each for a treat but I use these for a snack at work and these are good enough for that.


Yeah makes sense, mines more like a meal because I'm lazy and cheap (not because I am poor) I might try adding meat to eat so it will actually be a good meal
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Jul
ookitnow06/07/2019 09:14

Not sure about that but the Chinese love this brand =)


isn't Nissin a Japanese brand of noodles?
seems normal price. goes for 40p a packet in most Chinese markets and Tesco. if you've only ever had 'western' instant noodles, maybe try one from any of the eastern countries. IMO western brands like super noodles or store brand versions (tesco) taste really odd, the noodles are not springy and the flavour is... bland. Open yourself up to the eastern brands and you'll have almost unlimited choice of texture and flavour. also look for the dry ones.
koskesh06/07/2019 12:25

isn't Nissin a Japanese brand of noodles?


yes it is a japanese brand and the chinese love it.
Speculator06/07/2019 10:24

Used to get a box of 30 made in Hong Kong Nissin from See Woo for £9.99. …Used to get a box of 30 made in Hong Kong Nissin from See Woo for £9.99. Will check the price next time I am in London.


Different flavours serving sizes etc different prices...so prepare to be confused.

BTW the potato noodles are lovely (chewier).
AdilMahboob06/07/2019 10:20

We've had a lot of the Samanyang noodles at work recently, so I've ordered …We've had a lot of the Samanyang noodles at work recently, so I've ordered these to see how they compare (based on comments above). Nice one


Samyang are generally a lot better than the Demae Ramen in my opinion.

These are their budget/basic noodle offering.
I'm also a big fan of the "MAMA" brand noodles (30 packs for around £7.50) ..the duck flavour is a big hitter in our house.

The teriyaki nissin (sauce in packet) are for when we are feeling posh ..they turn out well done on saute in an instantpot device.

for all the others I just add boiling water & leave them in my bento box for 10 minutes / 4 hours before eating
Speculator06/07/2019 10:24

Used to get a box of 30 made in Hong Kong Nissin from See Woo for £9.99. …Used to get a box of 30 made in Hong Kong Nissin from See Woo for £9.99. Will check the price next time I am in London.


That was in the 90's- early 00, they're £22 now.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 6th Jul
polarbaba06/07/2019 09:21

We are all noodle heads in our house and a fussy bunch on top, this one's …We are all noodle heads in our house and a fussy bunch on top, this one's definitely amongst the ones on top of everything we have tried to date . Taste is subjective of course, quality less so. This one's certainly got quality going it as well.


These are classic, but not premium.

They're cheaper, and have less stuff in than for example the Korean instant noodles by Nongshim and Samyang

It's an unsubstantial pack in comparison
koskesh06/07/2019 12:25

isn't Nissin a Japanese brand of noodles?


I think the founder was Taiwanese. He invented instant noodles.
Edited by: "Speculator" 6th Jul
This is the normal price for a case in most Chinese warehouses, they will normally allow you to mix and match the flvouse to make up a case of what you like.
We always have a mixed case in the house.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 6th Jul
also try Korean brand Nong Shim noodles..
they are very high quality and very tasty..a bit pricier though.
Mr_Gus06/07/2019 13:00

I'm also a big fan of the "MAMA" brand noodles (30 packs for around £7.50) …I'm also a big fan of the "MAMA" brand noodles (30 packs for around £7.50) ..the duck flavour is a big hitter in our house.The teriyaki nissin (sauce in packet) are for when we are feeling posh ..they turn out well done on saute in an instantpot device.for all the others I just add boiling water & leave them in my bento box for 10 minutes / 4 hours before eating


Where do you get the MAMA ones for at that price? Which MAMA ones are they?
momo090906/07/2019 13:44

Where do you get the MAMA ones for at that price? Which MAMA ones are they?


All depends what stock they have in,
I use "central" (asian wholesaler) with 3 cash & carry open to the public but usually 10 or so flavours / varieties of mama noodles regardless at my local...

Yes, they normally have the tom yum, + creamy tom yum, ..etc etc stock always changing though.

I always pick up a big variety bag of "fat boy" biscuits ..they are sublime.

If you are close to Luton, Sandy, or Milton keynes they are easily found via their website.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 6th Jul
Until like 16 July, 3 for £1.20 from Tesco just in case you don't have prime (i dont :P)
Speculator06/07/2019 13:21

I think the founder was Taiwanese. He invented instant noodles.


It was a Japanese guy, he thought what was the best way to preserve the noodles? fry it.
RiverDragon806/07/2019 14:50

It was a Japanese guy, he thought what was the best way to preserve the …It was a Japanese guy, he thought what was the best way to preserve the noodles? fry it.


He was Taiwanese-Japanese. Born in Taiwan under Japanese rule. He didn't get Japanese citizenship until he was 38.
polarbaba06/07/2019 09:08

This is the best flavour by far, a proper premium pack of noodles.


Are they as nice as Samyang noods? I live for the 2x spicy chicken Ramyun they make. Proper springy, chewy noodz. Mmmmmzzzz!
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:40

Are they as nice as Samyang noods? I live for the 2x spicy chicken Ramyun …Are they as nice as Samyang noods? I live for the 2x spicy chicken Ramyun they make. Proper springy, chewy noodz. Mmmmmzzzz!


I think we got some and found we preferred these ones. We have generally tried every noodle we can get our hands on (me and the kids are proper noodle heads) and have settled on this.

Trying noodles for us is a real pleasure!.
polarbaba07/07/2019 00:23

I think we got some and found we preferred these ones. We have generally …I think we got some and found we preferred these ones. We have generally tried every noodle we can get our hands on (me and the kids are proper noodle heads) and have settled on this.Trying noodles for us is a real pleasure!.


You’ve got to be from the north east of England, saying “proper”!? I know the term all too well x
hotkiss1906/07/2019 23:40

Are they as nice as Samyang noods? I live for the 2x spicy chicken Ramyun …Are they as nice as Samyang noods? I live for the 2x spicy chicken Ramyun they make. Proper springy, chewy noodz. Mmmmmzzzz!


Not as springy/chewy/thick. Still nice though. Although there's different kinds. The ones in Tesco etc are produced in Hungary (shiny packaging). The ones in Asian supermarkets are usually Hong Kong produced (matt packaging). They don't have the same taste/texture.
ookitnow06/07/2019 11:12

... Personally these are great to eat when on the run....


Are you recommending these to eat if you have escaped from prison?
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