Home grown noodle house is now open at Burjuman. Last week I got the privilege to review this newly opened place located at the third floor of Burjuman . Not at all difficult to find as its right at the front of the elevators.

About Noodle House

Think the ultimate in Asian flavors and a whole lot of noodles.

Their menu is simple. Incredibly delicious recipes from the best taste-hot-spots across Asia, delivered from in house kitchen to your table or your door. Famed ‘Sticks, Hands, Spoon’ mantra gives you the freedom to enjoy your food the right way, the way it’s always been eaten. Grab that bao, slurp your laksa, or chopstick a mouthful of noodles.

This place is fancy enough for a special day celebration or even for a date night. The ambiance, warm lights and dark mood sets you to calm down and just enjoy your time there. Even if you are there alone the open kitchen won’t let you get bored and the drama of hustle bustle inside the kitchen ignites your hunger like anything.

What I tried there?

  • Wasabi Prawns
  • Prawn Crackers
  • Curry Laksa
  • Singapore Noodles
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls
  • Sweet and Sour chicken
  • Japanese Cotton Cheesecake
  • Fresh Orange Juice
Wasabi Prawns

Wasabi Prawns– This dish is a crispy fried prawn coated with a strong Wasabi Mayo – topped with a sweet and spicy Mango Salsa. Wasabi is a plant found in Japan. Its stem is used as a condiment and has an extremely strong pungency, more akin to hot mustard than the capsaicin in a chili pepper, producing vapors that stimulate the nasal passages more than the tongue. However, it’s quite popular, since it tastes good but if you are not familiar with its taste then it would be quite experimenting for your taste buds.

Prawn Crackers

Prawn crackers are something I can munch on all day long with ketchup or any favorite dip. They were crunchy and as fresh as I always like to have.

Curry Laksa

Traditionally made Curry Laksa with rice noodles, prawns, chicken, tofu puffs and fish balls, this Malaysian curry laksa is not a dish of subtlety. A balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy elements, popular accompaniments include Vietnamese mint and fried Asian shallots is not to be missed while dining here in The Noodle House.

Singapore Noddles

Being an Asian I’ve never had to think hard when it comes to buying noodles and rice at the market. Both are a staple in our cuisine; the varieties of noodles available are just like pastas to the Italians they come in different sizes, shapes, colors, texture, and forms. But vermicelli rice noodles are new for me and trying out Singapore noodles was a delightful experience with chicken and fried egg. Light on stomach and flavorful in taste.


Sweet and Sour Chicken
Fresh Orange Juice

Don’t forget to order sweet and sour, you can have this succulent dish with chicken or prawns and I bet you won’t regret rather thank me later :). It was came along with egg fried rice. We had all this amazing spread with freshly squeezed orange juice.

Japanese Cotton Cheesecake

In Dessert the menu is limited so out of two options we thought to try Japanese Cotton Cheesecake. As name it was a pillowy soft, light-as-air & heavenly cheesecake, no crack top & straight side. Sponge on bottom and cheesecake on top with indulgent raspberry compote. For my liking sponge layer was a bit dry but the cheesecake was something I couldn’t stop but to scoop after scoop.

Latte Coffee

While chatting and appreciating the food taste we ended our culinary session on a hot cup of latte and made our way back home happily 🙂

This place is no doubt perfect for soulful Pan Asian Food. From ambiance to food quality and from service to taste everything was on point. I can’t wait to go back and try other dishes from the menu

Engineer With Flair Recommends- The Noodle House

  • Prawn Crackers
  • Curry Laksa
  • Sweet and Sour chicken
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls
Phone number:800666353
Address:Level 3, BurJuman Centre, Mankhool, Dubai

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