I considered calling them "yakidy sofa" noodles, but knew everyone would immediately catch my ignorance on eastern cuisine.
haha you're thinking of yakisoba noodles, but i was more partial to your description of "asian noodles" since they were barely what i would call yakisoba. that was the only gorge food i ate, everything else was stuff i brought from home and grilled at my campsite. i put myself on a pretty strick hamburger/hotdog diet for gorge weekends ;D
Last year I had a bunch of the different food: Asian Noodles, Gyros, Philly Cheese Steak, Chicken Fingers. Basically the noodles and gyros were decent but not incredible. The Cheese Steak made me want to die/burned my insides, and the chicken fingers had more sawdust in them than chicken. The food ranges from passable to shit. This year I'm brining the majority of my food with me, and like others mentioned it's cheaper and better tasting (not to mention much better for you in all likelihood)
I'm coming from Ireland and this whole having to buy a 3 day pass and then a camping ticket as well is all very confusing! I'm on Ticketmaster now, and there's no link anywhere to buy a camping ticket, therefore how do I buy one? Also, if you don't have a car, then where can you actually camp?