Mr. Noodles is the brand name of a Canadianinstant noodles product, which dates back to the 1970s. Imported by Anderson Watts Ltd. of Vancouver and manufactured by Beltek Foods of Huizhou, China. The Mr. Noodles brand is sold in packages the same size of traditional ramen. Mr. Noodles is sold in instant ramen pack (single, dual or multi-pack), instant ramen cup or instant ramen bowl. It is sold at grocery and convenience stores, and sometimes in vending machines.
Mr. Noodles has been criticized for frying its instant noodles in palm oil which is considered detrimental to the environment.
Vice magazine's article "The Definitive Ranking of the Best Late-Night Snacks for Canadian Students" considered mixing a box of Kraft Dinner and Mr. Noodles as "God-Level Drunk Food Tier".
A newer offering from the company is its Kimchi Noodle bowls which have a spicier flavor.