|People walking pass Noodle Oodle… Couldn’t get a clear shot… Fine, people, you can be in my blog!|
Noodle Oodle has been around in Oxford Street since 2006. Really? I never even noticed it until that day… I must be a food snob! No not really. I just find eating around Oxford Street a bit stressful. So many people. So many shopping bags. So many tourists! I can’t even recommend any good place to eat along there except for Wasabi. Is that still there? Nope… It’s all the way near the centre of Oxford Street now!!
|Roast duck hanging in the window, Noodle sign and the ceiling ¬,¬”|
Noodle Oodle is a Shanghainese-Halal restaurant, so there’s no pork, na-da (none of that stuff)! It takes me forever to choose if I’ve never been to a restaurant before, so in the end Miss Pinky had her duck and noodle soup and I had the meal special. Miss Pinky was watching the chefs making our food, she was even watching the guy making her noodles. I think they are made as soon as you order them! Fresh noodles!
|The noodle chef in white|
Service was a bit slow. It isn’t one of those super speedy Chinese restaurants that you would often see in China Town. So in the mean time we were talking and observing other customers. One family was complaining that their order was wrong. Sometimes I just can’t understand why people have to complicate things that’s on the menu, it’s food. Order what’s on the menu…
|Iced Lemon Tea – it was ok|
I could see some black bits in my pak choi. Did they wash it? Or is that just the wok bits? That can happen when cooking. But I never like those bits in my food. The pak choi was ok. There was nothing too special about it.
My rice and beef was ok too. The rice and omelette was probably the only good thing as it was so filling, and I was given so much rice! The beef on the other hand was kind of what I eat at home. Salty and a bit sweet, but the beef was good. Unfortunately it went cold too quickly.
|There was a lot of rice underneath that omelette!|
Miss Pinky ate all of her roast duck and noodles! Wow. She really liked it. The noodles were thick. I had a taste of it, and it tasted plain, not too doughy and was easy to eat. I didn’t try the duck but it was good she said.
– Would go again to try out one of the noodle dishes
– Food is absolutely filling
– Service charge (uh-hm!)