Nissin, the noodle company who makes your Cup Noodles, just took one of Japan's most highly-rated ramen and put it in a cup.
Being rated by the Michelin Guide is the highest honor a restaurant can get. Anonymous eaters rate all restaurants around the world, and if they're worthy, they'll earn between one to three stars in the guide. As you can imagine, Japan has some of the best ramen in the world, and Nakiryu is one of two ramen restaurants to be awarded a Michelin Star rating.
If you're not in Japan and want it badly enough, you can order a cup in the secondary market for 360 yen ($3.22), plus some obviously pricey $6 overseas shipping.
For Michelin Star ramen, I think I might just dish out the $10. I've spent more on less.