Eating ramen can be a tricky task, especially for those with little experience - when to spoon? stick? slurp? It’s a nightmare at time which is why this next company have developed a Sork style contraption specifically for eaten ramen.
It’s designed to be a one stop solution for easily eating the veg, broth, noodles and meat without ever having to change you cutlery.
The invention comes from the Japanese Ramen chain Sugakiya and costs $30 from Amazon.
Of course you’re still going to want to finish of the remaking broth by slurping straight from bowl and making as much noise as you can.
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