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Braised Duck and Ginger Noodle Duck Con Fit Noodles Indonesian Baba Noodle Marinated Minced Chicken in Dark Soy & Coriander Root Pandan Chicken
Review (21)
Level3 2013-08-07
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我喜歡Canoodling的環境與室內設計, 整體感覺非常的舒服, 牆上有5台液晶電視,每一台電視都播不同的節目, 給顧客自己選要看哪個節目就看哪一台電視, 桌上還附上蠟筆與鋪上白紙, 讓顧客無聊時可以寫字或畫畫, 這些都可以看出這餐廳的用心. 我點了花生蓮藕湯, 喝起來還可以, 但是偏鹹, 蓮藕也沒有燉到很爛. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-01
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canoodling is at the bangsar village and nice to discover this place that they have such comfortable place to dine in and chat with friend while hanging out here. they have white paper on the table and given some crayon to draw on it. very special thoughts and i love the clear soup of this noodle with tomatoes and vegetables inside just nice for my light lunch here. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-15
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in bangsar village we can really find good quality of food here. what i like the most when dine in in bangsar area is the quality of food and also the quiet place and environment. just a little peaceful compare to other shopping mall in klang valleyparking is hard to find here , need to wait for some one to come out sometime. so this round manage to try on canoodling and this place is really cool. many people dine in and the menu is just like normal asian food, noodle and rice and some menu of the salad. but the price is rather high, but the quality is there. big portion and also the taste is goodthe dried loh shu fan is delicious. the noodle is good and the sauce they use and the recipe is really tasty. service is not too bad and pleasant looking continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-19
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It's A Noodle Bar was supposed to have opened last December, using an entirely different name (Canoodling). After constant postponements, the restaurant is finally up and running this week, located beside its sister outlet, For Goodness Sake. Naturally, this place specializes in noodles, with 10 recipes ranging from Assam Laksa and Dry Pan Mee to Dan Dan Mien and Braised Beef Brisket Noodles. Indonesian Baba Noodles, with chicken, potatoes & eggplant in curry. A big, hearty bowl, though the curry tasted too much like the watery ones that come with roti canai. Fish Fillet "VerMIcelli," with beehoon & snapper fish in soybean soup. A fascinating twist compared to the typical fish noodles, with the soybean providing a healthier flavour. Man cannot live on noodles alone, so It's A Noodle Bar also provides light bites and salads. Their starter of fresh raw salmon with crunchy onions, cucumber, pomegranate & pineapple relish was a creatively concocted, well-presented platter. Two types of shochu: Kaikouzu (sweet potato) & Ko-tamba (chestnut). continue reading
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This picture is the Red Curry Duck Confit Noodles (RM 13.90). It's a bit hard to see the duck but you can vaguely make out the drumstick doused in curry sauce. This dish came highly recommended by the waiter so we decided to give it a go. Nothing prepared us for what came out though! There was a whole crispy duck leg and that tasted very nicely marinated and quite tender. The curry sauce that came with it also tasted very aromatic and full of spices, leading to a flavour that accompanied the earthy flavours of the duck well. But we weren't prepared for the black charcoal noodles! Although it looked very unique, in the end it really just tasted just like regular yee mee.We did find the lychees quite strange though. We tried very hard to like it, and despite duck and lychee being a very common recipe combination, we finally just decided duck and lychee AND curry don't really make a good combination. continue reading
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