Lately, I have a thing for noodles. It started off with Mr Fish and then Menya Musashi. And now I have a new place to go to feed my noodle-mania.
Go Noodle House has come to The Starling. Yay! They opened on the first day of April and I trotted over a few days later.
I knew they would be crowded, so I went early. But no sooner had I sat down, more and more people poured in. So I was very paiseh to take photos of the place.
I had the Premium Beef Slice in Superior Soup.
I thought it was rather good but the amount of beef was not enough. Next time I must add on some beef balls to go with it. Which I did on another visit.
The soup was very flavorful and I loved the aroma of wine. And yes, I did enjoy the abundance of coriander leaves I was served.
That evening, my partner was late again. So I extorted him for dinner. Where else? Go Noodle House again. It was that good for me.
During lunch, I spotted two ladies sharing some very Crispy Fu Chuk. It would be too much for me alone, so I took the opportunity to order a portion to share with my partner.
Oh! I loved this a lot! crunch...crunch...crunch... A bottle is chili sauce was provided and I went to town with it.
We ordered a Herbal Tea to share. It was very nice, not too sweet. In fact I had that during lunch. Cold. hee...hee...
My partner had the Pan Mee with Superior Soup with no add ons.
I cannot tahan the chili condiments here because they (cleverly) used the red cili padi which is super duper hot. So those condiments did not move much or else this madam will sapu all.
I had the Trio Special Dark Sauce Pan Mee with addition of Premium Beef Balls. The pan mee was a little too al dente for my liking and the beef balls were rather starchy
Also the sauce was not flavorful enough. Too bad the cili sambal was too hot for me. So I squeezed some chili sauce on the noodles.
The pan mee was accompanied by by the usual suspects of minced meat, ikan bilis and fried garlic.
Well, I must say that this will be a regular haunt for me when I want me some good noodles. But I will stick to the regular noodles and give the dry pan mee a miss.