Annie Chun's Soup Bowl Miso HK$39 for 169 grams, Just Green This all-natural cup noodle uses fresh cooked udon. It comes with a miso paste sachet and a block of dehydrated tofu and spring onions that look like styrofoam. Each bowl contains 240 calories and just one gram of fat - but a whopping 990mg of sodium. Verdict: palatable on its own, but I added some sweet corn kernels and it was much better. And avoid the tofu; it feels and tastes like sponge. Thai Kitchen Bangkok Curry Instant Rice Noodle Soup HK$16 for 45 grams, Nature's Village This gluten-free, steam-cooked noodle is relatively cheaper perhaps because it provides only 170 calories per pack - more of a snack than a meal. The soup is said to be made with a 'traditional blend of authentic Thai spices and coconut milk', but diluting the red powder and red oil sachets in water did not produce anything close.Verdict: slightly spicy and fragrant. Watch out for the 780mg of sodium. Dr McDougall's Thai Peanut Noodle HK$19 for 53 grams, Just Green Dr John McDougall is said to be one of the founding fathers of natural wellness. He has been studying the effects of nutrition for more than 30 years. And so his version of cup noodles are baked, not fried, and contain 220 calories, 3 grams of fat and 480mg of sodium per serving. It comes with a powder that turns into a creamy peanut sauce when mixed with water.Verdict: the thin, flat noodles have a good bite, and the sauce is tasty, though far from authentic Thai.