A noodle house just opened in Damansara Uptown. So I decided to check them out. Upon entering the premises, the lanterns and vats of wine reminded of another place.
When I looked at their menu and their order chit, it hit me that this place is kind of like Go Noodle House.
Hmmm....would the noodles taste the same as that other place? So I got myself my favorite bursting meatballs.
I went for the add on, sui kow (two pieces). As I sipped the broth, I noted that the flavor was quite mild. I'm sorry I can't help comparing this with Go Noodle House. I am not saying this is a copycat but rather a borrowed or an expanded idea (?) as they are not entirely the same.
Unlike Go Noodle House, there is a bottle (pretty bottle I might add) of wine on every table for you to help yourself. I added a spoonful to my broth and that enhanced the taste a bit.
Since I was feeling depressed that day, I helped myself to another dose wahahaha!! Eh, got effect lah. I was feeling slightly lightheaded after the meal 😎😎😎
The taste of the bursting meatballs was exactly as I remembered from Go Noodle House (since I had it very recently).
The sui kow was alright, lots of minced carrots mixed in with meat.
Their sambal is quite nice. I prefer this sambal compared to the other one which I find too watery.
Yu Noodle Cuisine also serves Tom Yam broth and I came back the next day to try it.
I had the garoupa fish head and belly (there was only one piece of belly and lots of bony fish head pieces). I'm afraid the fish was not as fresh as it should be. The tom yam broth was very tangy and spicy hot.
I guess Yu Noodle Cuisine would be another alternative for noodle lovers in Damansara Uptown.