They used to just have ramens that were priced between $68-78 which is about the same price as the famous ramens.
About a few months later, they finally had product pictures of ramen and rices but only costing around $34-38 which meant the previous ramens were not doing well or they had no faith in serving it at that price.
Since it costs only $3X I dont have any expectations for it but at least I could find out the type of noodles they use and if it is good then I would probably try the more expensive ramens later on.
So the guy asked if I wanted the Pacific Saury (Chaau doh yue) with rice so I ordered that instead.
The food came with a drink so I chose this herbal tea.
ramen in spicy soup with beef:
The ramen was similar to pasta and exactly the same type of noodles they used in FAIRWOOD's ramen king series.
Pacific Saury with rice:
Anyway, the texture of pacific saury is not like that.
Usually I hate Japanese rice because it is hard and heavy, but here the rice is a mix between Japanese rice and normal long grain rice. I would say 10% of Japanese rice and 90% long grain rice which made it easier to swallow and the taste was much nicer.
I was pretty sure it was water and coloured sugar syrup because the taste was very pleasant and there was no sour aftertaste or weird aftertaste that cordials give you.
When you see this drink, it is actually pink.
Photos of the shop: