Treat Yourself To Delectable Asian Food At Noodle Canteen!


    What Makes It Awesome?

    Recently visited the third outlet of Noodle canteen in Aundh. This outlet will remind you of the streets of Southeast Asia.

    Ambience - The Ambience is quite decent with outdoor sitting space. I loved their overall theme. A canteen where you could grab a quick bite on Asian cuisine.

    Food - Coming towards food. First, we tried their In-house freshly brewed Ice-Tea (Just Rs. 90).

    They served three different flavours of Ice-tea - Classic, lemon and Peppermint. Lemon is my personal favourite. I loved the original refreshing flavour of it.

    In starter, We tried Chicken 65, Salt and Pepper Vegetable, Shanghai Potato, Panko Prawns, Korean BBQ wings and Dimsums.

    Chicken 65 (Rs.270) - This was really good. Crispy fried chicken pieces coated with 65 different spices.

    Panko Prawns (Rs. 360) - Deep fried prawns battered in panko crumbs. I loved the prawns, this was surely something different from what I had tried previously.

    Salt & pepper (Rs.235) - A crispy fried Vegetables in Soy sauce.

    Shanghai Potatoes (Rs.230) - A delicious starter for all vegetarians. Deep-fried potato cubes in tangy sweet chilli sauce.

    Activated Charcoal Chicken Dimsum (Rs220) - This is surely a must-try here. Something different than I have tried before, the Jet Black Dimsums.

    Chicken Dimsum (Rs.205) - White Dimsums with Minced chicken, soya sauce with a bit of garlic.

    Korean BBQ Wings(Rs.260) - Chicken wings marinated in Aromatic spices is tangy and saucy to have.

    Main Course -

    Khao Suey (Seafood - Rs. 395)- Wow, this is my favourite. I can visit this place again and again just to have their Khao Suey. Burmese yellow curry served with burnt garlic noodles.

    Nasi Goreng (Rs.295)- Indonesia style stirs fried rice flavoured with sambal and sweet soy.

    Chocolate Wontons (Rs.155) - Happy ending are always good. Chocolate stuffed fried Wontons with salted caramel sauce.

    Overall, I loved this place. Food is amazing. Do try their Khao Suey, Charcoal Dimsum and Wontons.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹500 - ₹1,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Big Group