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|Tel:||04 345 3382|
|Travel:||2nd of December|
|Experiences:||Takeaway available, Outdoor seating, Family friendly|
|Times:||Open daily 10am-midnight|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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Jen Dec 26, 2013 07:08 am
This aint a Thai resto as how you have described it. Just not to confuse others, this amazingly wondrous resto is truly a great find for authentic malaysian/indonesian/singaporean/cantonese cusines!
Khalil Eisa Jun 13, 2012 01:56 pm
Fabulous food at a friendly price ! Tried the Seafood Veg soup, some dumplings, Hainanese chicken rice, bbq duck with pancakes, nasi lemak - and couldnt find fault with any of them! Well the hainanese chx might be a bit bland, but perhaps thats to be expected with steamed meat!
This is my newest fave resto, and I'll surely make an appearance every month. Well done Noodle Bowl!!
Abhinav Garg Apr 29, 2011 09:47 am
This is one the best places I visited in Dubai.....in one line.." Best value for Buck".....please read the above reviews for in details...as i have exactly the same opnion.....good qty, affordable, and delicious food...thanks to arab news for covering this restaurant....i went there and was not at all disappointed...Will i go again ? YES YES YES....with lots of my other friends...i had chicken satay, chi. fried nice, roti canai, and some malaysion rice..( dont remember the name )....bill was slightly abve 100 Drhams...yes...go there to beleive it.....
Lim Mar 29, 2011 06:03 pm
Noodle Bowl was recommended by fellow Singaporeans - young and not so young. So far the best item is the char kway teow.
ID Dec 22, 2010 11:51 am
I had lunch at Noodle Bowl today, a choice based on the raving reviews from TimeOut Dubai.
Appearance-wise, it looks like a quirky, hole in the wall restaurant, where the garish neon green and orange walls clashed with the hodge podge of Asian trinkets and souvenirs on the walls. But then, most of the good eats I've had around Asia were inside quirky places like this.
The lady servers were efficient and friendly enough, despite the stretch of serving areas they had to attend to.
Okay, down to the food. The dimsum was good to average (The steam buns were light as a feather). But the laksa I ordered came at a slight disappointment. The broth was a bit bland and needed a little bit more kick of coconut milk. I like my laksa brimming with energy and spice. This one tasted like it just woke up. Be forwarned... the servings could feed 2-3 people! :)
One thing that disappointed me was the attitude of the owner/manager, who argued with a customer and virtually told them to leave in front of other customers. Albeit it was in tempered tones, still, I don't think clashes like these are appropriate if done in front of others.