One of the main highlights of this restaurant is their display of a moving bowl of noodles accompanied by chopsticks. It never fails to amuse Gator. I was told that when their restaurant first opened, there will be massive lineup outside their premise. But I had no difficulties at all during both occasions to get a table.
Chef Hung has won several beef noodle competitions in Taiwan.
|The picture of presumably Chef Hung was displayed in all their paper place mats.|
|And this is their accolade - award wining beef noodles.|
|This pix is a bit blurry because of the steam from the noodles: beef shank|
|This one had no beef shank - spot the juicy tomatoes|
Finally, I cannot resist ordering their chicken nuggets - I have to admit that their chicken nuggets were not as good as corner 23. It was fried but there was not much taste to their seasoning.
|Crispy chicken nuggets - need more spice and taste to this dish|
Deco: 4/5 - comfortable and private seating. I love their display of moving noodles - a centrepiece attraction. I also like sitting at the corner near the window.
Quality of food: 4/5 - I really like their noodles but felt that they should improve on their side dishes are alright.
Value for $$: $$/5 - Its definitely more expensive than Cattle Cafe.
Overall Experience: 4/5 - I know a lot of people felt that their noodles are overrated but I had 2 positive experiences so far and I really enjoyed it. Service was polite, prompt and efficient.