Big Bowl Noodles

It’s always a good feed at Big Bowl Noodle House. You can’t go wrong with freshly made noodles! The menu is pretty straight forward – you pick your style of noodles (stir fry, white sauce, or soup) and then you pick the thickness of your prefered noodles (thick or thin).

Getting a table here has never been a problem. It’s such a casual and tiny place I don’t think you can book. Big Bowl is your typical casual chinese restaurant so please don’t expect any fancy service.

Menu & opening hours
Menu & opening hours

WHAT WE ORDERED

Jelly fish & pork hock
Jelly fish & pork hock
Mixed plate of roast meat
Mixed plate of roast meat
Braised beef brisket - side dish sized
Braised beef brisket – side dish sized
Stir fried vermicelli noodles
Stir fried vermicelli noodles
Wonton noodle soup
Wonton noodle soup
Perserved vegetable noodle soup with shredded pork
Perserved vegetable noodle soup with shredded pork

WHAT WE THOUGHT

If you are after a quick and cheap feed this would be the place to go. Its not exteremely tasty to me as it used to be. The noodles are fresh and have the right amount of “spring” or chewiness to them. I think I used to love it a lot more when it first opened cause the idea of freshly made noodles was super appealling to me.

The roast meats and side dishes are nice but not the best I’ve ever had.

RATING: 7.5/10 – I still like it cause its a cheap feed 🙂

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