New Noodles for Summer 2014
  • The Noodles

    • Chicken Noodle Rice
    • Miso Noodle Soup
    • Chicken Ramen
    • Beef Pho
    • Miso Ramen
    • Prawn Tom Yum
    • Chilli Chicken Ramen

    Kabuto Noodles are a delicious combination of authentic Asian flavours and quality ingredients, prepared with the skill, dedication and discipline of a Samurai warrior.

  • Chicken Noodle Rice

    Rice Noodle Soup with Chicken

    A light and fresh tasting rice noodle soup with chicken, ginger, chilli, coriander & spring onion.

    New for summer 2014, this delicious rice noodle soup is gluten-free.

    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 camper vans, Kabuto Noodles make a filling meal that’s fit for a warrior.

  • Miso Noodle Soup

    Rice Noodle Soup with Miso

    A light and fresh tasting rice noodle soup with miso, soy & vegetables.

    New for summer 2014, this delicious rice noodle soup is gluten-free.

    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.

  • Chicken Ramen

    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.

    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.

    I’m a massive fan of noodles but have never found anything like this – they are filling, tasty, easy to make and don’t have the usual processed fast food taste!

    Kirsty
  • Beef Pho

    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.

    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.

    Nom………nomnomnomnonmNOM! This noodle pot is as far away from the ‘other’ noodle pot as an elephant is from an earwig

    Amanda
  • Miso Ramen

    Miso Ramen

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

    Inspired by Miso Ramen recipes from Japan, this is our take on a classic vegetarian 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.

    Absolutely incredible. Like no other instant snack.

    Jamie
  • Prawn Tom Yum

    Prawn Tom Yum

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

    Sneaking on to supermarket shelves in the summer 2013: Inspired by Prawn Tom Yum recipes from Thailand, this is our take on a hot and sour 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.

    Amazing! Never thought I’d comment on a food page but I was impressed! Tastes as if it came out of an authentic restaurant, and competitively priced. Highly recommend!

    Lee
  • Chilli Chicken Ramen

    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.

    The best chilli noodles I have ever tasted!…Even nicer than from a noodle bar!  Good n hot

    Loreen

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The Story

Back in 2010, our 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 quality 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!

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Find Them

Kabuto are available at the following supermarkets & are also available at good quality independent stores across the UK.

To find your nearest stockist, or recommend a shop
that should be selling our noodles, email us at saleswarrior@kabutonoodles.com.

Get in Touch

If you simply want to natter about noodles, you can email us at samuraichat@kabutonoodles.com, or call +44 (0) 7779 227 638. We’re also huge fans of tradition, so  we always welcome the disappointingly dying art of post sent to this address: Kabuto Noodles, PO Box 3018, Bristol BS6 9HL.

If you’re a wise shopkeeper and you’d like to stock our noodles, email us at saleswarrior@kabutonoodles.com or call Sophie on +44 (0) 7530 868 019.

If you’re nuts about noodles and want to work for us, email us at newninja@kabutonoodles.com. We can’t promise anything, but tell us a bit about yourself, your experience and what you think you could bring to the party and we’ll see what we can do.

If you’re a gracious lady or gentleman of the press and you’d like to know a bit more about us, email paul@kabutonoodles.com or call Paul on +44 (0) 7763 018 720.

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