Mr Lee's Noodles: A Yummy Review

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Anyone who knows me knows that I love junk food. I try to be healthy, but I do love a quick and easy snack and usually pick one that's bad for me.

One of my favourites was noodles and I used to love both the pot and super variety! All that changed when I became gluten free and I thought that I would have to go without them. That was true until I found Mr Lee's Noodles.

Over the past 2 weeks, I have been trying out the different varieties of the family. Mr Lee's Noodles come in six different flavours; Hong Kong Street Beef, Penang Chicken Curry Laksa, Tai Chi Chicken, Shaolin Monk Vegetables, Dragon Fire Mushroom and Warrior Fighting Shrimp, as well as different degrees of heat, ranging from mild to hot.

Unlike other instant noodles, Mr Lee's Noodles are healthy!

But what I really liked was the surprise I got when I opened the pots. I was expecting a cloud of flavoured powder, but that wasn't the case. Instead, I found this:

There was proper food inside!

As they are Coeliac UK certified gluten free, I was so pleased I could tuck into these yummy pots!
My favourite has to be Hong Kong Street Beef. Not only did it have a little bit of a kick and taste amazing, but it was also very colourful!


Mikey didn't like the noodles he tried, but he was happy to see that they were allergen free amd safe for him and he said that he might try them again in the future.

Now when Dorothy tried them I wasn't sure what her reaction would be. I've never seen anyone examine their food as much as Dorothy. Not even Mikey does!
After complaining of 'dirty bits' (that shows how often I hide her vegetables), she wolfed down her Shaolin Monk Vegetables and even asked for some more!

Dorothy got a bit annoyed at me taking photos of her! 

Mark liked the Warrior Fighting Shrimp, although I wasn't sure to begin with. That's no reflection on the noodles though. I'd neglected to tell him that it was one of the hottest pots, so it took him a little while to be able to talk again!!

I will definitely be getting some more Mr Lee's Noodles in the future, although I'll be telling Mark about the heat before hand. If I remember!

You can find out more about Mr Lee's Noodles on their website, . They can also be found on Twitter and on Facebook.

We were given a selection of Mr Lee's Noodles in return for our honest opinion. All opinions are our own. 

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  1. I would definately eat this and I bet you the twins would too!


  2. Oh wow, this looks incredible - do you know if they're available in the US? I'm always looking for quick little snacks like this, but being gluten-free makes it VERY difficult, so this is soooo exciting! Thanks for sharing <3 #KCACOLS

  3. These sound amazing - I love noodles! #kcacols

  4. I confess I love noodles. When we go shopping I have to ask my other half "are these the shit noodles". What I means be shit noodles are the really gross ones which little packets of fat inside and ridiculous amounts of MSG! These look like a far healthier alternative but the also look delicious #KCACOLS

  5. I love noodles, the beef ones sound great. It's good to find something quick and healthy for the family.

  6. Oh man!! I don't know if we can get these in Canada but my husband would be ECSTATIC!!! We are gluten free and it's the simple things, like Mr. Noodles, that he misses the most!! Going to see what I can find around here. Thanks for the review! #KCACOLS

  7. I love noodles. Definitely gonna try these if I see them. #kcacols

  8. Oh we have to join the sea of we love noodles in our family, I tend to make them in stir fry's at home and then I buy instant ones for me at work as the salt content is usually pretty high so I am a bit hmm about giving them to my son but these seem like a really good range and its nice to see some vegetables in there..I am giggling at dirty bits! Thank you for linking up to #KCACOLS we hope you join us next Sunday xx