This is a brand of noodle cup sold at Asian markets in the area. It's slightly bigger than Nissin's Cup Noodles, but smaller than the Nissin Souper Meal. I bought it in several flavors, which I'll be reviewing over the next few weeks.
Ease of Preparation: 10/10. Very simple - add the contents of the enclosed veggie, seasoning, and oil packets, add water, allow to sit three minutes, stir, and enjoy. The snap-fit cap is very nice because it allows the contents to steam without having to fiddle with an ill-fitting foil cover.
Vegetable Packet: 9/10 Cabbage, wakame seaweed, corn, and chives. The wakame was a nice touch - its subtle sweetness rounded out the flavor of the broth and made this ramen one of the best-tasting I've had.
Seasoning Packet: 9/10 I admit I wasn't sure I was going to like this stuff when I first opened the seasoning packet. It contains powdered fish, and the smell was strong. Really strong. Almost disgustingly strong, in fact. But after the boiling water was poured on and the flavors of everything were allowed to meld, the strong and almost unpleasant fishiness was replaced by a very subtle and delicious prawny flavor with veggie accents from the wakame and chives.
Taste: 10/10 Excellent, as I noted above. I should also add that the noodles in this cup are delicately thin, yet nicely al dente and toothsome.
Spiciness: N/A This is not marketed as a spicy ramen.
Overall: 9/10 Recommended.