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Chopstick Noodle House Article Rating

Posted by Oracle9 on January 20, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

Noodle houses have a rather trendy status in Singapore but have yet to prove their mettle in Malaysia until recently, especially with the establishment of outlets like the Chopstik Noodle House at Mid Valley Megamall and Plaza Mont' Kiara.

Tastefully decorated with a clean, pleasant interior, the outlet is a good alternative to hawker-style or formal dining. The menu is vast, with no fewer than 18 kinds of noodles, served either in soup or dry (with soup on the side). The fresh prawn won ton noodle is light and flavorful and you can also have them fried. They have barbecue dishes -- duck, pork, honey spare ribs, and seafood dishes are reasonably priced. Also good are the clay-pot dishes, with rice and meats baked in a clay pot with dark soy, mushrooms, and crunchy onions.

There is also a wide range of at least 23 different varieties of congees. Pork lovers can enjoy honey barbecued pork, crispy barbecued pork, braised pig, meat balls with pig liver and kidney congee. Pork dishes can also be served with noodles and congee.

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