ramen

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ra·men

 (rä′mən)
n.
1. A Japanese dish of noodles in broth, often garnished with small pieces of meat and vegetables.
2. A thin white noodle served in this dish.

[Japanese rāmen, from Mandarin lāmiàn, pulled noodles : , pull + miàn, noodle; see chow mein in Indo-European roots.]

ramen

(ˈrɑːmən)
n
(Cookery) a Japanese dish consisting of a clear broth containing thin white noodles and sometimes vegetables, meat, etc
pl n
(Cookery) thin white noodles served in such a broth
[Japanese, from Chinese la to pull + mian noodles]

ra•men

(ˈrɑ mən)

n.
Japanese noodles made primarily of wheat flour, usu. served in a broth with vegetables and meat.
[1980–85; < Japanese rāmen < Chinese lāmiàn literally, pull noodle]
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Ramen, or ramyeon in Korean, is an extremely popular dish in the world thanks not just to an anime but also the instant ramen cups or packets available everywhere, including Qatar.
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Food is life, and when you turn into a K-Drama fan you'll find yourself frequenting your local Korean restaurant to get your fix of samgyupsal, bibimbap, kimbap, ramyeon, tteokbokki, and of course, soju!
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