What happens when the world’s favorite brand of stack-able potato crisps meets Nissin’s popular line of Japanese-style survival rations? Lots of people tilt their heads and go “huh,” for starters. Also, I make a Snacktaku video.
Not bad for only twenty minutes of work. Yes, eating this would be work.
Hungry? Like, really, really hungry? Then you need to visit the Tokyo noodle restaurant known as Ramen Shop, because if you can eat one of their huge bowls of ramen in a certain amount of time, your meal is free.
It might even be the best on Earth, if you believe the Michelin restaurant guide, which awarded a single star to Tokyo ramen establishment Tsuta. This is a world’s first.
Behold, Men Macho Ramen. It’s not Japan’s best ramen establishments, but as far as over-the-top noodle restaurants go, this is the over-the-toppiest!
I sure hope you like carbs!
What kind of ramen do you expect from a game that revels in ridiculous breast physics? I guess you'd expect something like this.
Love ramen? Got a sweet tooth? Listen up! You can now eat cake that's shaped like the delicious noodle dish. "Ramen cake" (ラーメンケーキ), it's called. But that's not the only food in Japan that's getting caked out.
Some folk like to joke about how beards come in handy when it comes to food, as facial hair can act as storage (eww, I know)...but this is something else entirely. Incredibeard isn't using his beard for storage, but as a bowl.
First, there was the ramen burger—which we showed you how to make. Now we return with another ramen curiosity: the ramen pizza. And yes, there's a recipe for you to follow.
Meet Steven Jo. The guy loves ramen noodle soup. So. Damn. Much.