Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Noodle Place Restaurant, Singapore

Apologies for not having updated for a while - work has been busy and I have been lazy to go online to update the blog - but thanks for the readership anyway!

Anyway, this is a place that has been on the food radar of most food bloggers for a long while - i.e. Noodle Place Restaurant in Centrepoint. I was running some errands at Centrepoint so I figured I'd come down here for a quick dinner. Apparently the executive chef of Mak's Noodles runs the show here now - hence the food must be good right?

I ordered the Shrimp Wonton and Dumpling Noodle in soup form - which is their specialty. It was definitely good - very savoury broth rich with little 'prawns', giving it a very seafood-ish and savoury taste. The noodles were very al dente and remained that way - springy with a good bite and texture. The wontons were also excellent. This tastes like the Wonton Noodles I had at HK airport, definitely. 

Pretty good! (8/10)


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Daniel's Food Diary said...

They have been around for the longest time, yup, not bad noodles.