A noodle shop in Taipei, Taiwan serves ramen made from 14-legged deep-sea isopods
The 14-legged sea creatures are normally found 500 meters (1,640 feet) or more below the surface of the ocean, and the specimens from The Ramen Boy were caught in the waters around the southwest Dongsha Islands. from Kaohsiung City. Facebook.
A noodle shop in Taipei, Taiwan, has started filling bowls of noodles with huge isopods, a 14-legged deep-sea creature, and images of the surprising dish are going viral on social media around the world.
Ramen Boy Noodle Bar, the restaurant that started serving this exotic dish, is located in the Zhongshan district of Taipei.
The restaurant excitedly announced the limited-edition dish in a post on its official Facebook page, first noting that it had “finally gotten that dream ingredient!” The huge isopod is known as the “great king pods”.
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According to a report by the South China Morning Post, “14-legged goliaths are normally found 500 meters (1,640 feet) or more below the ocean surface, and specimens from The Ramen Boy were caught in surrounding the Dongsha Islands, southwest of Kaohsiung City.They are crustaceans that are distant from woodlice and can reach more than 30 centimeters (12 inches) from head to tail.
Explaining how to eat it with a description of the taste, the noodle bar wrote: “It’s simple to handle, remove the intestines from the gastric sac; the glands can be kept for food. This time it’s steamed. The white meat part tastes like lobster and crab. The yellow glands taste like cream of crab. The overall taste is surprisingly sweet! The taste is more rosy and loose. Although it is not as solid as chewing lobster and crab, it is also worth eating to understand your life’s achievements!
It remains unclear whether the introduction of the exotic isopods succeeded in boosting sales of the noodle bar or if it was just a publicity gimmick that took social media by storm.
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