Hawaii Mom Blog: Nabeya Maido's MicrowavaBOWL




June 15, 2022

Nabeya Maido's MicrowavaBOWL

Prior to COVID-19, Nabeya Maido was one of my favorite places to go for hot pot / nabe since the prices were so reasonable and the hot pots were delicious. But ever since the shutdown, Nabeya Maido has continued to operate as take-out only, but came out with very affordable MicrowavaBOWLS, which has been a big seller. 

The bowls currently sell for $11.99, and you get to choose the broth (shoyu or spicy) and noodles (ramen, udon, or if you do not want noodles, you can opt for tofu).

The bowls come refrigerated, and all you have to do is microwave them (in the container it comes in, with the lid loosely placed on top) for about 4-5 minutes. You do not need to (and are not supposed to) add water or anything else. 

If you don't want to heat/serve your bowl right away, they have a shelf life (refrigerated) of about 2-3 days.

"Just heat & eat!" - it doesn't get any simpler than this! 




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