South East Asian with A Japanese Twist

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What Makes It Awesome?

There are South East Asian eateries and there are Japanese one, there isn’t much that combined these two cuisines and do it better, until now at Pot O Noodles.

Serving your regular south East Asian Fare, with a delicious mix of popular Japanese regulars.

Ended up here on a really warm Bangalore evening, thanks to super fast service, I was cooled down immediately with a nice glass of Lemongrass Mojito. The basil infusion in this Mojito made the usually strong lemongrass mellow down a bit, and that was just fabulous. Whoever thought of that is pure genius.

With my hunger pangs getting stronger, I kind of overdid on the starters that I decided to share with the company I shared.

The sweet & Spicy Crispy Chicken was delicious with a wonderful twist of your regular Asian Goodness, the sour bit was surprisingly underplayed.

The Lumpia Rolls With Chicken & Cheese was a New twist to your Chinese spring rolls, with the nori sheet adding to the Japanese touch.

The Chicken & Green Onion Goyza was super delicious, with the flavourful chicken beautifully complemented by the sharpness of green onions, absolutely perfect.

The vegetarian version, spinach & shiitake goyza was equally delicious with the shiitake mushrooms taking the centre stage and beautifully underplayed by the spinach.

The sliced pork with Ginger was superb, the smoky flavours of the pork were perfect with the sharp intense ginger, I loved every bite of it.

Since we were a bunch of 6, we decided to order a few mains and share. We ordered poached wontons in a bowl, a Burmese khow suey, Chilli Ramen With Tofu, Udon Noodles With Chicken in Herb & chilli sauce. Most of the dishes were ordered were vegetarian versions with a few exceptions. I loved all the vegetarian versions, I must say. Especially the Napa cabbage, Tofu and Thai Chilli Poached Wonton In A Bowl, super delicious & the broth was to die for.

The Burmese khow Suey was a close second, this Delicious Bowl came with a million accompaniments to add & adjust the bowl to your taste.

The chicken Udon was a beautiful dish, subtle flavours that complimented the spicy chicken in herb & chilli sauce.

Way too full, I had to oblige with my company of dessert lovers, strictly promising to take a scoop of everything they ordered.

The Apple Cinnamon Rolls were served as individual small portions, I loved it so much that I smacked off two from the pile.

The Panko fried banana was a surprise, as the usual yellow banana element was replaced with the green version, which I absolutely loved.

Out of the three Asian ice cream served, I devoured the matcha, which has always been my favourite & the tender coconut, the wasabi was pretty average.

This place comes highly recommended, is nicely done with a quirky Asian decor, some delicious Asian fare with a slight Japanese twist that you will love, pay a visit, am sure you will agree with me.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae