This noodle shop used to be something else. It either used to be a Japanese ramen place or a beef noodle place. Either way, the previous businesses failed and now this one is in place. To be honest, I’m not sure how much longer they will last too since it doesn’t seem like they get a lot of traffic or customers and maybe their feng shui is not that great. Love’in Noodles serves Chinese style noodles, Taiwanese style noodles, and even some noodles that are made with vegetables and fruits! It’s quite interesting.
Vivian and I had lunch here on a weekday and we were only the other two customers other than another table that came after us. Meaning, they’re a very quiet restaurant with few customers. It makes more sense for people to visit the Deer Garden restaurant right next door or even the food court if they want an affordable and delicious meal. Nevertheless, I saw that I had never been to this restaurant before or at least blogged about this restaurant, so I wanted to try it.
Vivian and I shared two vegetable noodles. We shared the Tomato and Egg Noodle Soup (made with dragon fruit noodles) and the Original Beef Noodle Soup (made with pumpkin noodles). It was very unique in this sense.
It didn’t take too long for the noodles to arrive after we ordered with the only server there. The Tomato and Egg Noodle Soup was a colourful display of red and yellow from the tomato and egg. There wasn’t enough soup broth in this bowl which made the entire dish a little difficult to eat. The dragon fruit noodles were slightly pink (just like the actual fruit) and tasted a little sweet and chewy. It was definitely unique. The noodles stuck together and were a big mound of flour/dough since there wasn’t enough soup in the bowl. Hmm…
The Original Beef Noodle Soup contained two pieces of braised beef brisket that were pretty good and tender. The noodles were made with pumpkin and were not that distinguishing in taste. However, I really liked this beef broth a lot more and there was more of it too.
There isn’t too much else to say about this restaurant. It’s one of those Chinese noodle restaurants that exist and might disappear soon because of their low popularity and customer base. Also, for a bowl of noodles that wasn’t particularly big or delicious, you can definitely get something better for $8 in this area.
Hopefully they’ll consider advertising more or improving their dishes to attract more customers, I really do see some potential here in presentation 🙂
Yup, if they do more work, they can attract and retain the customers 🙂
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