Kabuto

Back in 2010, founder Crispin, couldn’t help noticing the huge gap between the noodles he enjoyed in restaurants and those he saw for sale in the supermarket.

Armed with a vision of bringing healthy Asian flavours to the humble supermarket shelf, Crispin launched Kabuto in 2011, ready to do battle with an instant noodle market that sells over 100 billion servings a year!

Crafted with the dedication of a Samurai, Kabuto Noodles have all the good bits of instant noodles but really improve on the bad. They’re still quick and easy to make by adding boiling water and there’s no need to keep them in the fridge, but Kabuto Noodles have no additives or preservatives, no sachets or plastic to throw into landfill, just great quality ingredients and tasty Asian-inspired recipes. They’re even named after the Samurai warrior’s armoured helmet – the perfect pot for a steaming bowl of noodle goodness!

CHILLI CHICKEN RAMEN

Chicken and noodles in a spicy ramen broth, with extra chilli, peppers, coriander and lime.

Sneaking on to supermarket shelves in the summer 2013: Inspired by Chilli Chicken Ramen recipes from Japan, this is our take on a hot and spicy noodle dish.

Like all of our noodles, it is made using quality ingredients and no additives or preservatives. There’s no need to refrigerate, so you can enjoy restaurant flavours wherever you are (as long as you’re close to a kettle). Perfect for work, home, tents and campervans, Kabuto Noodles make a filling meal that’s fit for a warrior.

PRAWN TOM YUM

Prawns and noodles in a hot and sour soup, with lime, coriander & chilli

Inspired by Prawn Tom Yum recipes from Thailand, this is a take on a hot and sour noodle dish.

 

MISO RAMEN

Vegetables and noodles in a savoury ramen broth, with miso and soy.

Inspired by Beef Pho recipes from Vietnam, this is our take on a fresh noodle dish.

BEEF PHO

Beef and noodles in a rich pho soup, with soy, garlic and ginger.

Inspired by Beef Pho recipes from Vietnam, this is our take on a fresh noodle dish.

CHICKEN RAMEN

Chicken and noodles in a warming ramen broth, with ginger, chilli, coriander and spring onion.

Inspired by Chicken Ramen recipes from Japan, this is our take on a classic noodle dish.