Before I start, I just wanna tell you guys something.
I'm a big eater, seriously.
Biasa kalau makan nasi sepinggan memang tak cukuplah.
Kalau makan dengan lelaki, I makan lagi laju dari diorang.
And of course, I love food (motif beritahu? Haha).
So today I'm gonna write a short review bout the famous Boat Noodle.
It is called Boat Noodle because in Thai it is sold in a small boat!
There are 2 kind of Boat Noodle restaurants, halal and non-halal.
If tak silap yang non-halal is "Thai Boat Noodle".
Check first before you go okay! Bcs in Thai itself usually they serve the noodles with pork.
I went to Empire Damansara but the shop was reallyyyy packed and there was a long line of people, queuing to get a seat!
I was quite dissapointed at first but because nak try jugak makan punya pasal I went to Jaya One's branch.
Haaa lengang sikit takde lah ramai sangat macam kat Empire Damansara tu.
I only had to wait for few minutes before getting a table for my friends and I.
There are 2 types of sauce available here; Ayutthaya and Pathumthani.
Ayutthaya is more creamy I guess.
Each bowl is served with fish ball, taugeh and daun yang biasa orang masuk dalam tom yam haha.
You can order either chicken / beef for each sauce.
I didn't try the Ayutthaya as my taste buds had been caught by the delicious spiciness of the other sauce.
Jap jap macam mana sos tu tangkap taste bud eh?
Okay forget it. Haha
Each bowl around RM 2.00, if tak silap RM 1.90.
Yes cheap but of course one bowl is not enough!
One bowl = 1 mouthful of noodle.
(I have big mouth #AnotherFact haha)
Overall I ate 7 bowls muahahaha!
Tu pun tak kenyang sangat lagi pun, tapi sebab rasa macam kena stop juga haha.
Location:Empire Damansara, G03a, Heritage Lane
The School @ Jaya One, P2, Same floor as Cold Storage
Ikon Cheras, G Floor
Publika Block C5, Level G3, Lot 30a
Sutera Mall, Johor Bahru L2-550C
Gamuda Walk, Setia Alam
Klang Parade, 5th Floor