Country of Origin: South Korea
Not the best post dentist meal
Well, This sucked. Only because I had a wisdom tooth out over the weekend. These had just enough spice to make my open mouth cavity a stinging throbbing mess. I could feel my mouth becoming progressively more inflamed throughout the afternoon. This was a nightmare. It was tasty, I enjoyed the crap out of these noods. I would almost rate as Delicious if there was just a little more depth to them. I like the slices of what I honestly thought and still think was hotdog. The Nood cake that Paldo provides is always just right. This means it saves Kam and I the walk to KFC which as Martha Stewart would say, is a good thing.
I was expecting the flavour sachet to be a paste for some reason, I’m not sure what I was basing this assumption on but was surprised to find a hot looking powder which was sure to be riddled with Chilli.
I will admit these were reasonably hot, they weren’t scorching and I would say most likely a medium in comparison to the other spicy ramen we have sampled but the open wound in the mouth mad this the toughest challenge yet.
Regret? Nothing poop wise, all happened according to plan. I would like to state that my mouth wound has been weeping ever since eating these; so these are great before a date, terrible for a meal after a tooth extraction. Learn from me.
3 flames for the mouth weeping.
Huzzah! Hwa! Finally! I’ve heard these are Paldo’s answer to Shin Ramyun; will it match Nongshim in taste and regret? Well I have the answer for the first question right now; No. It’s not as good as Shin Ramyun. It’s definitely tasty and there is a lovely kick to it but it’s not quite up there with Shin. I loved the dried fake meat in there though and it came with a great serving of dehydrated greens. Would eat again for sure!
So not really much regret from these; though I did have some gnarly farts in the morning. Real stinky ones. Surprised really, as these did pack a punch! Good job Paldo!
What’s Bruce Lee’s favourite ramen? Hwa!
This one also comes in second place to Shin for me, with the varied greens and slices of faux-meat making it a solid contender but it ends up getting edged out on taste alone.
Still a great dish, but for me it just lacked a heartiness that Nongshim do so well. It doesn’t slouch on the heat rating, packing a solid punch that will get whichever body part of yours that sweats the most running up a good head of steam. Not a huge level of regret, no stingy-ness although I did end up needing to revisit twice that night.
2 flames, you will return to the throne.
Overall Porcelain Punishment Level