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This Legendary Teriyaki Spot Just Made Teriyaki Cheesesteak Cup Noodles

For years, there’s been massive hype around the Santa Ana-based teriyaki spot, Ninjas With Appetite. Thanks to the creation of the Teriyaki Cheesesteak Burrito and last year’s Green Eggs & Spam, NWA has been circled on the maps of most foodies – and that won’t change anytime soon.

Marc Vergel de Dios, owner of NWA as it’s called for short, explained he leaned on his childhood love for Nissin Cup Noodles® and teriyaki rice bowls as inspiration for this unique item.

NWA has partnered with Nissin Cup Noodles to bring a super exclusive item to the NOODS NOODS NOODS festival. “I used to eat a lot of teriyaki rice bowls and Cup Noodles, so I wanted to bring both together,” Vergel de Dios said.

The NWA Teriyaki Cheesesteak Dream Cup Noodles is the ultimate amalgamation of cheesy, sweet and savory. With NWA’s signature teriyaki sauce, cheese, steak and noodles are all perfectly melded together to create something truly one of a kind.

If you’re in the mood to experience exclusive items from one of Southern California’s most trendsetting eateries, NWA will only be serving their Dream Cup in the VIP section of NOODS NOODS NOODS presented by Nissin Cup Noodles – Foodbeast’s all-you-can-eat Asian food festival on Saturday, January 27, 2018.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.foodbeast.com/events/noods-oc/.

Photos by Pete Pham


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Savory Spam Fries Are The Most Ingenious Bites At MEAT STREET

The guys who brought you the Teriyaki Cheesesteak Burrito are at it again, this time changing the way we eat Spam.

Ninjas With Appetite in Santa Ana, California just cooked up some Spam Fries for Foodbeast’s upcoming festival, Meat Street Presented by the Makers of SPAM Brand at MainPlace Mall.

The fries are thick-cut pieces of Spam, battered and deep-fried in panko flakes, then topped with a healthy heap of teriyaki aoli drizzle. This is what it would look like if your beloved chicken katsu were replaced by Spam — so Spam Katsu, if you will.

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These bad boys cannot be found on their menu, unfortunately, but they will be one of the exclusive items found in Meat Steet’s VIP section this Saturday, April 22, in Santa Ana, California.

For more information, visit eatmeatstreet.com, and grab some tickets to try all the exclusive dishes you can handle.