To all the noodle lovers out there, rejoice! Noodle Forum brings you tasty noodles that are made fresh daily. What is special about these noodles? The noodles at Noodle Forum are skillfully bamboo kneaded, while using quality Australian flour and local eggs without any preservatives, colouring or artifical flavours. Drawing upon experience and skills inherited from his father, Head Chef Erich Wong makes fresh egg-based wanton noodles daily at Noodle Forum. No tricks. No shortcuts. No magic. It’s purely skill. Come down to Noodle Forum anytime and you will be able to see Chef Erich in action through glass doors.
Chef Erich Wong at work
Mum had the Laksa Supreme ($11.90) which is a spicy curry soup, infused with coconut milk, served with prawns and shredded chicken, tofu and bean sprouts. I had a taste test and the Laksa was delicious and authentic. The noodles were perfect and the soup was full of flavour. Mum enjoyed her laksa very much.
For a while, I have been craving for Wanton Mee (Wanton Noodles). Yay, my wish has been granted. I had the BBQ Pork Noodle ($11.90) which consists of tender BBQ Pork rubbed with Hoi Sin sauce and spice mix, served with wilted Choy Sum. The noodles were thin and cooked perfectly to al dente. (Yes, you can taste the difference of noodles which are made fresh daily) The BBQ Pork was very tender with its caramelised edges, complementing the noodles well. Oh and there’s also no colouring in the BBQ Pork too! It was fresh and tasty.
BBQ Pork Noodle
We also ordered a side serve of signature wantons served in clear chicken broth (5 pieces for $5.50). The wantons were wrapped delicately with care and attention to detail. The wanton skin was perfect; it was soft, smooth and silky in texture. It was lovely.
Signature Wantons in Soup
Looking around, it seemed that the Crispy Dumplings ($6) were very popular among customers. In the end, we decided to order a serve of crispy dumplings. The dumplings were….crispy. It was deep fried to perfection with a nice crunchy texture.
At Noodle Forum, each bowl of noodles costs $11.90 each. Although Noodle Forum can get quite busy during peak lunch hours, the wait is worth it and turnaround is usually pretty quick. Service here is quick, friendly and efficient. You order your food and pay for it at the counter. My verdict? I highly recommend you to check out Noodle Forum at the Equus Retail Arcade. Taste the difference.
Want to take home a part of Noodle Forum with you? You can purchase Noodle Forum’s freshly made noodles and their sauces too!
Mel’s Rating : mmmmm (take me to foodie heaven)