Thursday, May 21, 2009

CTNF: Cold Cha Soba

Cold Cha Soba- RM7.90

Cheap Thrills No Frills section is back! I'm introducing a new section for these product reviews which will also come under the CTNF label. It is actually peculiar/unique items I get off from supermarket shelves and I will attempt to do a review on it.

Today's review is on the pre-packed cook-it-yourself Cold Soba from Jusco. I have been craving for soba for the past 2 weeks and came across these convenient pre-packs in Jusco supermarket. I bought 3 packs- 1 cold Cha Soba, 1 cold Wheat Soba, 1 hot Wheat Soba. These can be found at the section that sells all things Japanese in Jusco Mid Valley.

What's in every pack

Each pack comes with 2 packs of sauce and 2 bundles of soba noodles. Cooking instruction is as simple as eating it, boil water and let noodles cook. Strain cooked noodles with cold water and put it on a bed of ice. Pour cold sauces to a bowl, add a raw quail egg and *voila*!

Instant Cold Cha Soba

The end result is a cold cha soba in front of you without the exorbitant price and hassle of dressing up and driving out to the nearest Japanese restaurant. As with most instant and pre-packed food, the taste is not as great as real authentic fresh ones but it's enough to satisfy that craving and also save on the pockets. At RM7.90 per pack of 2 bundles of noodles, it is only about RM4 for a serving VS RM15+ outside.

Penny saved, tummy filled, cravings satisfied :D


Anonymous said...

Me likies cold soba too!!!

Oooo! Now I know what to stock up for supper when I am back home in Malaysia. :-)

Cath J said... hubby sure luv this!!! Thanks for your info!! ^ ^

KY said...

oo this is what i need! :D

Lydia said...

love cold soba, my current exam staple!

Cindy Khor said...

that's really cheap if compared to eating out.. but its a pity that uk haven't got this things

Ai Mei said...

I should do the same thing over here rather than having cold soba at Korean restaurant that would cause my purse a big hole.

YilingL said...

Yes it's a good supper.

Cath J,
No problemo :)


Oooh, does it make you smarter :p

Ahhh shucks.

Ai Mei,
Yeah it's expensive in restaurants :S

Michelle Lee said...

Ooo I wonder if they sell those at the supermarkets here. Looks really tempting! :D

YilingL said...

Hehe keep looking out for them!

Jason said...

Looks good!

YilingL said...

A good and money saving meal!

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