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Nongshim Shin Ramyun or Kimchi Ramyun Instant Noodle Soup 5-Pack 600g $5 Each @ Coles


Nongshim Kimchi Ramyun

This is the big bold flavour that more Australians are embracing? Then you have to experience Shin Ramyun – soft and chewy noodles in a spicy, flavourful broth, ready to eat in just 5 minutes. Produced from farm-fresh produce, premium quality grains and the finest blend of spices, you’re guaranteed a distinctive and delicious aroma and flavour. Multipack, better value.

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  • +5

    These are a good go too, nice and spicy.
    Obviously they have seen a price rise in the last year but occasionally were down to $3 (and 2 for $6 at hanaro mart). Wouldn't pay more than $4-5 so pretty reasonable.

    • +18

      Only thing that hasn’t risen is my wages… soon can’t even afford instant noodles.

      • +1

        Unionize bröther

        • If only that helped. Sometimes union hands are tied.

          • @jlogic: encourage other bröther's to unionise bröther. union power is tied to population

            • @CapnConical: There was a union protest on in town yesterday, assumed they were doing it in their lunchtime J

      • +2

        Have $200 instead.

        Thanks ScumMo.

        • -7

          All pollies are the same,taking care of themselves and their mates…doesn't matter if they are socialist, communist, capitalist…all "ists" fail as human greed takes over…evey scrawny revolutionary trying to overthrow the fat dictator becomes the fat dictator if they succeed…look at Mao, Stalin, Mugabe, and every politician down through the ages.

          • +11

            @Ben Kenobi: Very defeatist way of looking at society. Sure, no one regime/government type is perfect, but I think we can choose the best with what we've got at the very least, and the current government is not it.

            • +1

              @Munki: No matter who you vote for,
              the government always gets in.

      • Yeah bloody inflation.
        Just have to grab stuff on special from various places.

        Prefer these Korean noodle cakes, bit more substantial to mi-goreng but a 5 pack of those sometimes for 3$ isn't that bad. Usually just try make own stock and mix in veg etc, throw away the flavourings - bit heathier (but easier said than done sometimes when ya get addicted to the spicy sugar salt combo).

      • -1

        one hour work for 20 packs i think you can afford

        • Afford… value are two different things.

          Use to make a cheap healthy meal with this.

          Nongshim, + 2 eggs + spinach was a nice. Dinner without breaking the bank especially when bills came around.

          • +1

            @jlogic: So $1 per noodle pack gonna break the bank. Fair enough, I see your point.

            • @Budju: This.
              Can't get meals much cheaper.
              Some people happily pay for piss and smokes though.

            • @Budju: Everyone is different.I have a different budget because I may have other priorities.

              It's not going to break the bank.

              If noodles go up in price, what else had gone up in price. This is the crux of the argument.

              • @jlogic: Just stock up on stuff when on special

              • @jlogic: No it's people being hyper-dramatic when a candy bar goes up 5 cents.

  • +5

    Yep, these are pretty good but only if you have a decent spice/heat threshold. Otherwise I'd recommend to only use 1/2 or 2/3 of the spice sachet if you prefer less heat ;)

    • +2

      yeah sodium overload too

    • +1

      Weird option, but you can also use milk as the based (with or without water added). It'll tone down the spiciness, and you get a creamy texture to your noodles, absolutely amazing.

      • +3

        It's not too weird - there's an official recipe of this from Nongshim Australia!

      • -5

        Must be an Aussie thing, can't imagine any Asians adding milk in. Kind of negates the sweet/salty spicy fat combo.

        People in general feel the need to add dairy and meat to everything they can for some reason.

        Ps those blackbean nongshin ones are good, don't need too much liquid

      • -1

        Yuk, use coconut milk if trying to make a laksa

  • +1

    for some reason I thought it was 5 packs of 5 for $5

  • If you visit Zetciti Asian Supermarkets, these 5-packs can sometimes go for $3.99 each. Just take note of the expiry, some are short expiry but the ones I've purchased are regular.

    • +3

      I don’t think they expire more likely a best before

      • Exactly.

  • +3

    if you can go to Costco,it's 80c/pack, selling in a 20 pack

    • +2

      Correct 20 pack for $13

      • +4

        That would make it $0.65 per pack, even better!

        • The regular price lately has been $15.99, but has gone up to $17.89 now.

  • +2

    Inflation is real it seems..

    • +1

      Product prices go up, and it's called inflation,
      but the wage of the staff at Coles doesn't change,
      and only the exec salaries get bigger.

  • Wow, I remember buying this last year for 4 bucks without discount. Wooh boy.

    • +1

      I thought it still sell for $4.5 per pack in Asian groceries.

  • -5

    For this price, I would get Coles Asia noodles instead.

    • What? Hardly the same thing.

  • wake me up when Amazon matches this

    • not the type of thing i've ever seen that cheap on Amazon.
      Their single pack is $1.80 and made in America. Better off getting Made in Korea locally.

  • +1

    these noodles are god tier

  • -5

    Bit too much MSG for me.

  • +2
  • Sells for $3.5-4 at most asian groceries, i’m in sydney

    • +1

      The 2 asian supermarkets near me sells them for $7.50. I am cursed.

  • +1

    Been to two places in Sydney recently that are much cheaper.
    Mido mart in Regent place (near town hall) $3.99
    Kmall in Eastwood $3.98

  • +1

    Quite spicy, very tasty broth. Noodles are leaps and bounds better than Indomie and any home brand noodles you might buy. Generous serving too.

  • +3

    Once you go black, you won't go back.

    But seriously, the Shin Ramyun Black is top notch. Has a great boney+meaty+garlic+onion broth flavour, different from the typical 'tasty but deathly spicy and not much more' in this standard flavour. Black is definitely not as spicy, and the soup is enjoyable to drink after.
    ultra tasty, totally recommend!

    • Nice sodium explosion

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