We explored the best noodles and where to find and have them. Noodles can draw inspiration from many different cuisines. So here are some noodle places to dine or order. As the situation prevails these places are serving online, orders can be made through various online delivery services.
The Golden Dragon is one of the popular Chinese restaurants and has been a part of the hotel for decades. The Hakka Noodles With Vegetables and Wok-fried Udon Noodles With Black Pepper are two of the most popular noodles served at the restaurant. The Wok-fried small noodle dish is priced at Rs 960 and large Rs 1460. As for the Hakka noodles, it's Rs 860 for the small one, and Rs 1460 for the large one.
Nom Nom Thai is located at Maya Avenue. This place is popular among many for the variety of dishes, predominantly serving Thai cuisine. The noodles dishes are definitely something to check out, especially the Sticky Noodle with gravy served with vegetables, beef, chicken or seafood. A small portion starts from Rs 750 and can go up to Rs 1500 for a seafood option.
A cosy restaurant by the beach, Loon Tao is an ideal place to catch up with your friends over some drinks and great food. Whilst highly known for their Nasi, the Noodle dishes are equally good and are a must-try. The Malaysian-style Seafood Noodle, small priced Rs 1190, and the large Rs 1790 is a favorite of many. The Spicy Chicken Noodle With Mushroom is another good choice, which costs about Rs. 790 for a small Rs 790 portion, while the and large one costs about Rs 1290.
Laksa Noodle Bar in Thimbirigasyaya does some unique, super authentic noodle preparations. The Prawn Curry Laksa Lemak prepared with Malaysian spice, coconut milk broth, egg, and bean thread noodles, fried tofu, bean sprouts, and bok choy is as close to the ones you would find in the streets of Malaysia. It's priced at Rs 1405. This dish explodes with flavour and can be also considered as a comfort food.
We instantly fell for the cute packaging at Wok to Box; noodles packed to the brim in cute little Chinese takeaway boxes. Unlike the other mentions in this article, these guys let you customize your noodles, from the base to the sauce to the meats you want. We went for an egg noodle base with chicken and prawn, spiced up with the kochchi sauce which came to an even Rs 900. With plenty of chicken and prawn mixed through, it was a good deal and we were left very satisfied.
The Wayside does an epic Pad Thai Noodles loaded with stir-fried chicken and peanuts for that crunch factor. It is one of the best Pad Thais we’ve come across to this date. As the name suggests, they serve Thai cuisine and they do it well. Their dishes are very reasonably priced and the portions are very filling. The Pad Thai was only Rs 800.