Chilled Noodles 2022] Comparison of “Chilled Noodles” from 3 Major Convenience Stores! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Chilled Noodles 2022] Comparison of “Chilled Noodles” from 3 Major Convenience Stores!

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In May, convenience stores are introducing “chilled noodles” one after another in preparation for the coming summer. We have thoroughly researched the chilled chilled chuka and hot chilled noodles at FamilyMart, Seven-Eleven, and Lawson convenience stores!

Get into the summer mood a little earlier with chilled chilled chuka at convenience stores!

All prices are at convenience stores in Tokyo. All prices include tax.

Chilled chilled noodles with a standard soy sauce sauce sauce is a must-have!

FamilyMart “Aburi-Yaki Chashu Chilled Chuka”: “This is convenience store chilled chuka! The seared chashu pork takes this classic chilled convenience store dish to the next level!

FamilyMart “Aburi-Yaki Chashu no Chilled Chuka” (498 yen)
  • Sauce: Spicy☆☆☆☆☆Sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

The sauce has a good balance of soy sauce, vinegar, and sweetness, and goes well with the noodles, which have a strong egg flavor, giving the dish a standard cold Chinese flavor. The topping of seared char siu pork is sweet and savory.

Toppings include roasted pork, cucumber, egg, boiled egg, bean sprout, and red ginger.

Seven-Eleven Seven-Eleven “8 kinds of ingredients 8 kinds of ingredients Chilled chuka”: Gorgeous toppings that look like an assortment of appetizers! It’s also great as an appetizer for drinks! It is also good as an appetizer.

Seven-Eleven “Chilled Chuka with 8 kinds of ingredients” (561 yen)
  • Sauce: Spicy☆☆☆☆☆Sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

The sauce has a crisp taste with a strong sourness from the vinegar. As the name of the item suggests, it features eight different toppings, including two large pieces of chashu pork. It is recommended to enjoy the noodles with beer and other beverages, and then finish off the meal with just the noodles.

Toppings include chashu pork, crab-flavored kamaboko, Chinese pickles, Chinese pickles, kikurage mushrooms, bean sprouts, broiled egg, cucumber, and wakame seaweed

Lawson “Chilled Chuka”: The sharpness and punch of soy sauce flavor! The presence of the open-flame roasted pork is also very appealing.

LAWSON “Chilled Chinese noodles” (497 yen)
  • Sauce: Hot *☆☆☆☆ sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

The sauce has a strong soy sauce flavor and a punchy taste. The topping of char siu pork grilled over an open flame has a strong flavor with a sweet and spicy sauce. The noodles, sauce, and chashu pork create a strong flavor to be enjoyed in this bowl.

Toppings include chashu pork, broiled egg, boiled egg, cucumber, and red ginger

More sesame sauce & chilled ramen and mazesoba are coming soon!

FamilyMart “Chilled Chinese noodles with sesame sauce”: A perfect balance between rich and refreshing. The chicken meat is so well done, you’ll want to buy it as a stand-alone item!

FamilyMart “Cold Chinese noodles with sesame sauce” (498 yen)
  • Sauce: Spicy☆☆☆☆☆Sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

The sesame sauce is sweet yet refreshing. The chicken meat, also seasoned with sesame sauce, is fluffy and has a good balance of sweet and salty flavors. The chicken, noodles, and cucumber should be mixed together and savored.

Toppings include chicken, cucumber, egg, wakame seaweed, and boiled egg.

FamilyMart “Chashu 3 Three pieces! Large bowl of cold soy sauce ramen”: Large bowl of noodles and lots of chashu pork! The sharp taste of soy sauce and the volume are very satisfying!

FamilyMart “3 pieces of Char-Shu! Large size cold shoyu ramen” (550 yen)
  • Soup: Hot *☆☆☆☆ sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

As the name suggests, it features three pieces of pork, each topped with a different type of chashu pork. The cold soy sauce broth is more than enough to enjoy the cold noodles. The generous amount of noodles and chashu pork make it a satisfying meal.

Toppings include one pork belly, one loin, and one thigh chashu pork, bean sprouts, wakame seaweed, green onions, and bamboo shoots.

Seven-Eleven Seven-Eleven “Chinese buckwheat noodle soup supervised by Tomita Cold Pork Chinese Cake Shiba-Maishi-Tailored”: A dish that delivers chaotic flavors and textures. Enjoy the chaotic flavors and textures of the noodles and toppings!

Seven-Eleven “Chilled Pork Chinese Noodle with Shibamajishio” (550 yen)
  • Sauce: Hot ☆☆☆☆☆☆Sweet
  • Noodles: hard *☆☆☆☆ soft
  • Taste: Strong *☆☆☆☆

A cold version of a popular Jiro-style ramen dish. The noodles are thick and tough, and the thick sesame sauce is a perfect match. The combination of different flavors and textures, such as chiritama (spicy onion), cold bean sprouts and cabbage, creates a chaotic (in a good way) taste.

Toppings include diced pork, bean sprouts, cabbage, potherb mustard, garlic mayonnaise, chiritama (chili egg), katsuobushi (dried bonito), and black pepper.

■Seven-. Eleven “Cold Chicken Mazemen with Salt Sauce Crisp and refreshing, but with a punch! The garlic-scented salt sauce is a power charge!

Seven-Eleven “Cold Chicken Mazemen with Salt Sauce” (496 yen)
  • Sauce: Spicy☆☆☆☆☆Sweet
  • Noodles: hard☆☆☆☆☆soft
  • Taste: Strong☆☆☆☆☆Gentle

The noodles are coated with the aroma of garlic and black pepper and the flavor of spicy oil, stimulating the appetite. A bowl of noodles with an unexpected punch. The moist chicken chashu pork and cucumber toppings also enhance the flavor of the salty sauce.

Toppings: chicken chashu pork, cucumber, and green onion

Comparing the standard chilled Chinese noodles with soy sauce sauce, we noticed that each company has its own unique flavor. Other chilled noodles also have their own unique lineups, with some having a gentle flavor and others a stronger punch, so you can get over your appetite this summer, which is expected to be extremely hot! Incidentally, when eating at home, it is recommended to thoroughly loosen the noodles with water before pouring the sauce over the noodles to prevent them from sticking together and to make them cooler.

  • Text and Photographs Text and Photographs by Diceke Takahashi

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