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Thai Noodle House

01 February 2010

I hear this is one of the places for "unadulterated Thai fare", and when you step in you would probably be convinced so, with the walls adorned with pictures and posters of Thai kings and other elements of Thai history. It's a pity that I didn't get to try the usual tom yum and green curry because everyone else was tucking into their soup-based noodles, so it just means that a second trip is on the cards in future :)

Crispy Fried Beancurd

The batter was very light, and so helped to retain the flavour and texture of the tofu inside. Tastes better with the spicy chilli dip served alongside it.

Phad Thai

The phad thai was alright but just a bit too much beansprouts for my liking. As you can see, they're quite generous with the seafood ingredients, which is always a good thing!

Beef Noodle Soup

I have to admit I didn't taste this, but everyone who had this said it was good because of the beef balls, beef slices and beef chunks - the picture tells it all. Good for those who love their beef.

Tanghoon Fishball Soup

Quite ordinary type of fishball soup. I think I must return soon for the tom yum and green curry! And maybe the fried rice too? Haha, I'm hungry just thinking about it.

Very good.

$7 for all the dishes, except tha tanghoon fishball soup, which costs $9.50.

5 Coronation Road, #01-03 Coronation Arcade.

Additional Comment
Closed on Mondays.

Pictures taken with the Canon EOS 500D.

4 Foodie Comments:

Anonymous said...

hello harris! it looks like you've chanced upon a student nosh enclave! I know they used to serve a student deal (not sure if they still do) which was like $4.50 for beef noodles/olive rice/pineapple rice which was really worth it, so students from all the nearby schools would flock there :D

sigh the perks of a school uniform!

February 1, 2010 at 10:26 PM
*Harris said...

hello :)

i'm surprised i've never heard of this place when i was schooling very nearby, was it open in 2002-2003?

ah, i hopped on to your blog and i see you've tried "4fingers"! always wanted to try that...

i've added you on my blogroll, looking forward to reading more delicious posts ;)

February 1, 2010 at 10:29 PM
Anonymous said...

hey harris, I've linked you back :) i realise food bloggers are very unhealthy for each other, they just make everyone hungrier! Hahaha! let me guess! were you at hcjc or njc?

February 1, 2010 at 10:39 PM
*Harris said...

the then hcjc yeah, now it's just hci. any chance you would be one of my juniors? ;)

once i saw your comment, i remembered you said something about casa verde some time ago (the pizza looks yums!)...

February 1, 2010 at 10:42 PM

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