Republic Of Noodles located in the Lemon Tree Hotel does not do overpowering Chindian thankfully. What it does instead is really good and consistent Thai, Burmese, and Malaysian food along with a non intrusive ambience. Perfect for a date night.
Republic Of Noodles In Ulsoor Wins For Massaman Curry And Quiet Atmosphere
Who Is It For?
If you are looking for a time out with your family or even partner. The restaurant is romantic as well as laid back. Basically for anyone who is looking for some quite downtime.
What’s The Ambience Like?
There is a faint fragrance of lemongrass always in the air here. The seating is basic, and the service is great. The food is consistently good, though slightly pricey. No loud music here, instead subtle background muzak plays — nothing to disturb conversations here. The staff is well informed and can make good recommendations. Since not too many people know about the restaurant and it is mostly frequented by the hotel guests, everything is pretty quiet here.
Their Crispy Waterchestnuts and Bamboo shoot with chilli lemon grass, Chicken or Mushroom Spinach Pot Stickers. Plus, the Tom Yum soup. For mains, you have to try the The Burmese Khao Suey and the Beef Massaman curry, which comes with jasmine rice.
How Was My Experience?
The experience here is consistently good and as always slightly pricey, but totally worth it. Republic of Noodles could also make for nice spot for a quiet Valentine’s Day celebration.
Parking is no issue at all because this is located in the Lemon Tree Hotel. Brownie points for squeaky clean washrooms.
Republic Of Noodles
- Wi-Fi Available