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Wings food brand ng Mie Goreng
Retails for around 30 pesos at Cash & Carry supermarket, Makati. Sakto yung dami ng noodles nya and hindi nagiging soggy unlike yung mga local noodles dito.
Nissin Cup Seafood Noodles (imported from Japan)! The local counterpart doesn't even compare to the taste and contents of the Japanese one..
lucky me's tom yum noodles. sayang nga eh wala na to ngayon.
jjampong & and *** wanton ng chowking. sooooper favorite ko hahaha! sabayan ko pa ng yeo's juice drink. ang saya ng life hohoho.
If you come across the Wei-wei or President brand of instant spicy beef noodles, that's hands down the best instant noodles I've ever tried. It's the Taiwan company that tied up with a local company to make HOMI.
Indomie Mi Goreng Pedas
Lucky Me Chilimansi Spicy noodles
Nissin Ramen Chicken Flavor when they first introduced it in the Philippines in the early 1980's. The flavor had since been corrupted, but still acceptable.
Lucky Me Jjamppong
Nissin Cup Noodles Seafood
I have tried instant ramen from almost every part of Asia and my vote still goes to Lucky Me Pancit Canton. Instant ramen from Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong or even Vietnam are interesting, but they can't seem to satisfy that craving I often get.
The worst award goes to US ramen. They're hella cheap (8 packs for $1) but I'd rather eat plain rice.