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Ichiban Noodle Bowl Roast Beef or Pork 150g $2 Woolworths


Usually $4 at Woolies and Asian shops. Both Beef and Pork flavour are on sale.

Sold out at my local Woolies when I went there tonight. My friend has picked up 8 cups from Riverwood Woolies and he said there's another 10 left.

Ichiban instant Noodles With Real Australian Roast Beef made from real Australian roast beef.

Noodle (52.4%) Base:
Wheat Flour, Refined Palm Oil, Tapioca Starch, Salt, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybean, Wheat, Salt), Thickener (E466, E412), Sesame Oil, Humectant (E452, E451, E339, E450), Acidity Regulator (E501), Antioxidant (Ins:3075). Colour (E160A).
Powder Sachet:
Dehydrated Vegetables (Pickled Cabbage, Bok Choy, Carrot, Scallion), Flavour Enhancer (5621, E831, 5627), Salt, Satay Powder (Garlic, Peanut, Soybean, Shrimp, Spices, Sugar, Celery, Salt), Maltodextrin, Yeast Extract, Colour (E150A), Spice (Pepper), Anticaking Agent (E341).
Paste Sachet:
Refined Tallow, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybean, Wheat, Salt), Refined Palm Oil, Refined Lard, Flavour Enhancer (E621, E631, E627), Sesame Oil , Salt, Sugar, Spices(Cinnamon Powder, Fennel Powder, Coriander Powder, Clove Powder, Sechuang Pepper Powder, Star Anise Powder), Colour (E160C), Acidity Regulator (E331), Antioxidant (Ins:307B).
Water, Beef (38.1%), Soy Sauce (Water, Soybean, Wheat, Salt), Tapioca Starch, Garlic Paste (Garlic, Salt), Sesame Oil, Ginger, Spices (Chai Powder, Cinnamon Powder, Fennel Powder, Coriander Powder, Clove Powder, Sechuang Pepper Powder, Star Anise Powder), Flavour Enhancer) E621).
Chill Paste Sachet:
Chili Paste (Chili, Salt, Refined Lard, Refined Palm Oil, Sesame Oil, Garlic Paste (Garlic, Salt), Sugar, Soybean Paste (Soybean, Salt), Flavour, Salt. Acidity Regulator (E330), Antioxidant (Ins:307B).

Nutrition Information
Servings per package: 1
Serving size: 150g
Nutrition Avg Qty Per Serving Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 2380kJ 1590kJ
Protein 16.2g 10.8g
Fat, total 30.0g 20.0g
– saturated 14.7g 9.8g
Carbohydrate 58.5g 39.0g
– sugars 1.5g 1.0g
Sodium 2430mg 1620mg
Further nutritional information may be displayed on back of pack.

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  • I got 4 today

  • +2

    Are these the same size sold in Oriental shops? I remember it looking more…. bowl-ey

    • +3

      I don't think so, I believe those sold in asian grocery shops and costco are 200g and like you said, in a more 'bowl-ey' package.

  • +1

    How much are they per bowl from Costco? I remember these were really nice.

    • +1

      From memories $13-16 for 6. This is definitely cheaper plus the 5% off gift card

      • Thank you :) Are the Costco ones bigger though?

      • Oh very good point. Costco ones are 200g

  • The best noodle soup of this type in a bowl etc. Was called Uni-President Man Han Feast Super Hot Pot Beef Flavor Instant Noodles, great noodle quality (didn't feel plastic, fake or rough) nice meat pieces and great seasoning, oils etc. Shame they aren't not made any more, can't find to buy them anywhere.


    • Still made and sold in Asia. Available on EBAY but I think the main reason they stopped selling was because of a contamination scandal a few years back.

      • Had no idea about it:/ I'm still surprised no one's importing them again. And it's hard to find them even on ebay, they charge literally $10-12 per bowl.

  • +2

    Does it come with a fork in the pack?

    • Comes with little fork if anyone wondering. Beef actually tasted alright but only 2 chunks

  • +4

    2430mg sodium

    • Dang, that's more than your average adult's recommended daily salt intake in one hit!

      • That's why you don't drink the broth.

  • +1

    Nice, thanks.

    Flavour enhancer E621 = Monosodium glutamate

    Yummy, my favourite, and it's cleared as safe to consume now.

    • Not sure if trolling or not, but MSG has been safe for a long time and is present in plenty of products naturally.

      If you've ever eaten tomatoes, parmesan cheese or broccoli you have consumed MSG.

  • +1

    Made In Taiwan (FWIW)

    Changed my mind about these, all the "Australian Beef" references and the Aussie Flag on the pack made me think it was a local offering

    I checked in store, not made here

    • +1

      Well.. at least not made in China.

    • Made in Taiwan sounds more authentic