Tuesday, February 27, 2007

[Review] Adabi Mee Goreng Instant Noodles

Just had my first packet of this Adabi mee goreng instant noodles just now, and I'll be giving you my review.

I decided to try this brand because it looked rather new and I've never seen it before. It costs rm2.50 for a pack of 5. It's label was written EXTRA SPICY.

The noodle size seems smaller than other brands though.

In comparison with Indomee, Adabi mixes their flavouring into one packet as opposed to Indomee's seperate flavourings(oil,cili,sauce and power in individual packets).

Noodle texture was okay, except it was kinda small and not round(rather flat).

I can only say that Adabi's mee goreng is freaking SALTY. It would seem that their noodle to flavouring ratio was not right(The flavouring was way too much). It didnt have the aroma that Indomee has.

Oh, and the extra spicy did nothing. My tongue couldn't taste anything else other than the heavily salted flavouring.

So how would I rate this against Indomee? Probably 1 out of 5 stars. Eating (whateverflavour) Indomee was better than Adabi's.

If you actually like salty stuff, this may be for you. But I'm staying off Adabi(though I have to finish the remaining)

1 comment:

Danny said...

So, Indomee mee goreng is the best in your opinion? Any recommended flavours? :)