Stylish, contemporary interiors create a glamorous setting at The Noodle House. Serving up a menu of tempting, Asian-inspired street foods, you can dine in a cool but relaxed setting thanks to its mix of calm neutral colours and sleek black counters. An open kitchen allows you to watch the masters at work as they prepare each dish with street bites like the dumplings and wontons all handcrafted on site by the resident noodle master.
Sip on innovative cocktails while you browse the menu; from sweet picks like the K-pop that features cotton candy, to more bitter options like the tom yum with lemongrass, chilli and ginger that gives the drink an Asian-spiced kick. Of course, the drinks menu also lists some single estate blend boutique teas with fragrant, botanical mixes.
The team prioritises sustainability in their menu with 100% compostable packaging and house filtered water. Start off your meal with the street bites, perfect for sharing with friends and family. The handmade prawns siew mai are combined with a ginger and soy dip, while speciality korean fried chicken is double-fried for extra crunchiness and tossed in a glossy, chilli-based sauce. Opting for the prawn crackers is a great choice for the table as you get unlimited supplies throughout your meal. You'll also find some familiar small dishes like bao buns and yakitori skewers - both including vegan options so that no diner misses out. Larger plates includes the likes of stir fries, curries, ramen and Vietnamese pho.
If you still have room after small plates, mains and sides; it's time to turn your feasting eyes onto dessert. Harvesting those more exotic flavours, black sticky rice is topped with a mango compote, coconut sauce and a sprinkle of crunchy sesame seeds. The Taiwanese castella cake is a classic fluffy sponge cake with matcha whipped cream and white chocolate namelaka - although designed for sharing, we reckon this would be difficult to not devour by yourself!