Monday, September 10, 2007

Hand Noodles

Located behind the Baskin Robbins row in Pulau Tikus area;part of the Old Xaverians' Association building, there is this unique place which serves hand made noodles.
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The place had a very unique Chinese influence over the design and interior of the restaurant and there were plenty of unique items on display inside the restaurant.
The main entrance of the restaurant was painted in red which easily reminds one of the association to the temple or Chinese mansions.
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The interior of the restaurant was flanked by the Chinese decorations which created the atmosphere of a typical teahouse.
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The classic black menu; with Chinese prints on the front cover
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The settings on the table
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DearDear ordered this drink which came in a tea cup (RM4)
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The illustrations depict the 4 legendary beauties in ancient China
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It was Mo Li Hua Cha (Jasmine Tea)
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I opted for the Ice Blended Red Bean(RM4.90)
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It was really refreshing on a sunny day; the beads of the red bean were blended carefully although you could still taste the fibre grains of the unfinished blend:)

Our Seafood Noodles in Hong Kong style set; which we opted for the Green Tea Hand Made Noodles (Ramen) (RM21.90)
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It came with an abundance of mussels, prawns and also 2 fish fillets; one steamed and one fried with the noodles.
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They were also selling herbal jellies
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And there were also those tea cups for sale:)
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8 comments:

  1. rather nice ambience for hand made noodles eh? ;)

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  2. Yeah...very Chinese-like:D

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  3. Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog. This looks like a unique eatery.

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  4. Before it moved to this building, this eatery was located in Pulau Tikus in a very small shop. Last time they do not have much choices too.

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  5. nice place to just chill out and slurp on ur noodles..hmmm

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  6. I like hand-made noodles. I wonder if this is similar to pan mian or pan mee. Love those :)

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  7. Kelly, Hi, I liked your blog too and thanks for dropping by here:) I have bookmarked yours;)

    new kid, Really? I didn't know that...how were the choices back then? Right now, I still think the choices were rather limited compared to others, but maybe I am too picky:p

    joe, that I do agree...really nice environment! The ambience is very relaxing and just right if you're a fan of tea:D

    tigerfish, Ooo...it's different, it was more delicate and they have so many different flavours from which their noodles were made; such as green tea, beetroot...so,it was unique:)
    And thanks for dropping by too...I liked your blog (bookmarked:)

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  8. Hi Christy, if am not mistaken, the choices were limited also, taste wise so-so... not to sure for now.

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