Am I the only one in the world that being left out and do not recognise this famous noodle shop? I walked pass the shop many times and Go Noodle House always packed with people. Most of the times, people have to queue up. The more I walked past the place, the more I become curious about this place. “Is the noodle that good?”
So, the day has come, and we decided to give it a try. We went on Sunday and lucky us, no queue at all. We were seated immediately and were handed out the menu. The place, as usual, were quite crowded with people. But, I guess they have enough staffs to handle the situation.
Once we looked through the menu, it’s cover min xian noodle, bee hoon noodle and pan mee. While for the soup, they have superior soup and homemade spicy soup. To be extra special they have a variety of balls, such as Fu Zhou fish ball, pork ball, fish ball, squid ball and bursting meatball. In the same time, you can choose from a variety of add-ons for your noodles.
We placed our order and expected our food to be a little bit later. But, it was faster than we expected.
I ordered Bee Hoon with superior soup and came with pork belly slices (RM 12.50 ) And added three pieces of Fu Zhou fish ball RM3.50. The superior soup simply a combination of superior broth, fresh noodles, thinly sliced pork belly slices, white baby bok choy and with a sprinkle of aromatic coriander on the side. Ahh… So refreshing and warm my belly. On the side note, it’s nice to have pork belly slices in the noodle; I learned this on my recent trip to Japan. And happy that Go Noodle House adopted the concept.
David was having Mi Xian with superior soup and comes with bursting meatball (RM10.40). He added three pieces of fish ball RM3.00. The original plan was to order the spicy soup for him, but I make a mistake when ordering by confusing A and B code. A is for superior soup and B is for homemade spicy soup. So, he ended up having the superior soup as well. The Mi Xian noodle is definitely smooth and nice to just slurp the noodle. The bursting meatball was a pork ball with a secret meat inside it. It is good to eat, though. The fish balls were bouncy and soft. I guess, the secret of Go Noodle House is the broth – the broth will make or break the soup.
Don’t forget about their dipping sauce. Slight tangy but spicy enough to make me sweat. The flavour was exquisite and goes well with all the add-on like, the pork, fish balls, pork slice, fish slice, etc…
Overall, I kind of like this superior soup noodle. Because it had everything we valued – smooth noodles, broth, meat and vegetables. It was complete, nutritious, infinitely delicious and yet so easy to digest that we could eat it morning and night, day after day.
Total Bill was RM35.95 inclusive GST 6% + 10% service charge & a coke drink.
Go Noodle House have many branches around Klang Valley, like Midvalley, Publika, Jaya one, one Utama and Subang Jaya.
1. Love the noodle, Mi Xian and Bee Hoon. Both are nice.
2. Light broth with deep flavour.
3. Dipping sauce definitely will make you sweat.
GO NOODLE HOUSE
Address: Lot No. LG-06, Lower Ground Floor, Damen USJ,
Persiaran Kewajipan USJ 1, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor