Boat noodles? It seems like Thai's boat noodles have sailed its way to Malaysia! Hahaha. Everyone has been talking about it and posting photos all over on cyber media. So I bet many of you came to know 'bout this place already. What piqued my curiosity was the interesting concept of this restaurant - it comes in a small portion in a Chinese traditional bowl priced at only RM1.90 each and you stack up the bowls after finishing 'em.
I'm loving the font, lolll.
It's definitely easier to jot down how many bowls or what flavour do you want on a given piece of paper for this type of concept of restaurant so I approve of this idea! Because honestly, I don't like stating my orders on a piece of paper. I like it when the waiter comes over to my table to take my orders and recommend me what's the best serving dish in the restaurant.
Round 1 - 8 bowls ( both dry and soup )
Dry chicken keuy teow
Soup chicken kuey teow
Boat Noodles serve only chicken and beef broth and they're served in kuan lou (dry) or soup based. If you were to ask me for my opinion, I'd prefer beef - soup based noodles, 'cause the dry based noodles seem to be a little bland.
Yours truly and many bowls of noodles. Haha!
We ate up to a total of 19 bowls for 2 girls!
They do serve chilled pandan-coconut desserts, but I am not exactly a fan of coconut (except for coconut ice-cream) and I've heard my friends saying that it tasted really bland so we weren't bothered to give it a try.
All in all, I had a good time dining in Boat Noodles and having to experience this interesting concept. This concept is mushrooming all around Klang Valley and apparently there's another new branch opened in publika.
G3A, Heritage Lane, Empire Damansara
Jalan PJU 8/8, 47820 Damansara Perdana.