Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Noodle House, Park Mall

I'm not sure how long this place has been in existence and I probably would not have known about it if not for recommendation by a friend. Hidden at the basement of the often ignored Park Mall is Noodle House, a Chinese eatery that apparently sells Sarawak based noodles. At least that's the claim. One of their signature items apparently is wanton mee which looks very similar to the Kolo mee that operates with a few outlets around the Chinatown region. Specifically, the noodles of this place is outstanding because it's not the regular yellow noodles that's being used which gives the whole dish a different textual feel. I mentioned a couple of times previously that I have a distaste of a certain flavor in regular yellow noodles and this is one of them noodle stores that doesn't use them. I like this better than the Pontian store at Yishun. Will drop by if I happen to be in the vicinity looking for something to eat.


Dressed simply in what tasted like mostly sesame oil and fried shallots, these noodles are good by themselves without any other condiments that most wanton noodles gets. Also there's the additional ba chor and meatball which is normally not available also in wanton mee. That above is a large bowl at $4 and comes with a small bowl of wanton in soup.

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