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Treat Yourself To Delectable Asian Food At Noodle Canteen!

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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