The Noodle House launches Taiwanese menu

Enjoy traditional dishes for a limited-time only

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Taiwanese food might not be a cuisine you’re all that familiar with, but if not, you’re in luck as The Noodle House is about to educate you.

The homegrown brand has a special Taiwanese menu, which is running this month only.

The new menu has a variety of traditional dishes, but you’d best be quick as it is only available until Saturday September 22.

There are 20 streets dedicated solely to food in the capital of Taipei alone, so The Noodle House has laid on a special menu in honour of the country’s love of decent dishes.

The specially curated menu kicks off with a Taiwanese drink, the Popping Boba tea – jasmine tea with a passionfruit bubble.

Street food dishes such as run bing (Dhs55) come up next, made up of a wheat wrap filled with bean sprouts, cabbage, bean curd, carrots, mushrooms and crushed peanut. There’s also a noodle soup on the menu (Dhs64), made with lotus root and shiitake mushrooms. Round it all off with pineapple cake (Dhs33) and you’ll be a very happy diner. The Taiwanese pastry filled with candied pineapples and topped with its own ice lolly.

“Famed for its sumptuous night markets, hole-in-the-wall eateries serving much-loved specialities and five-star luxury restaurants, food in Taiwan is a national obsession,” says The Noodle House’s chef Stefan Borchardt.

“Featuring a melting pot of food cultures, our chefs have devised menu of Taiwanese favourites so our loyal customers can indulge in this wonderful Asian food right here in Dubai.”

It’s the third limited-edition summer menu that the chain has put on, following Filipino in June and Korean in August. There are dishes from Burma to come.

Why not try something new for dinner?
Until Sep 22. Various locations including Dubai Media City and Souk Madinat Jumeirah, www.thenoodlehouse.com.

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