Luosifen, it is jokingly called the durian of noodle soup, you either love it or hate it.
Originating in Liuzhou, Guangxi Province, the river snail-based soup noodle has become the ultimate food cult in China. It features rice vermicelli soaked in a spicy and stinky broth flavored by river snails and topped with local ingredients including fermented bamboo shoots, green beans, pickled carrots, crispy peanuts, and fried tofu skin. A bowl of Luosifen is a delicious concoction with rich and complicated flavors -- sour, spicy, savory and succulent, guaranteed to stimulate your taste buds.
Pre-packaged Luosifen, which many describe as the "luxury version of instant noodles", usually comes with eight or more ingredients in vacuum-sealed packets. Due to its popularity and high demand in China and European markets, Luosifen products are often out of stock. We are lucky to have stocked up, even though in low quantity, these 5 different flavors in our store.