Media Tasting at Go Noodle House
GO Noodle House is famed for their inherited fish bone broth with more than 40 types of fish bones including tenggiri or mackerel. Operating 37 outlets in Malaysia and Australia since 2014. What’s unique at GO Noodle House is the founders’ recipe, Jiangxi province-style mixian, freshly made daily in Malaysia. Rest assure, we are having the same noodles across the border. The stories of how Go Noodle House got their name is inspired by Stephen Chow movie, Royal Tramp 2 and thus truncated to catchy GO Noodle House. Something different about their soup broth is that they have added aged shao xing hua diao jiu (Shaoxing wine in jar engraved with flowers) to GO Noodle House’s soup noodles, removing any fishy smells and leaving a distinct aromatic.
If you prefer the dry version of Go Noodle, you can make do with this one that’s seeing the noodles tossed in pork lard and a mixture of black fungus, fried shallots, fried anchovies, minced pork, century egg and chilli oil. This type of noodles used in this bowl is similar to pan mee, QQ texture but was slightly softer. The finely minced pork added a deep and savoury flavour to this bowl.
Hakka sauce homemade noodles with century egg at S$9.90.
The luxury trio beef combo is bursting with beef slices, beef tendon and beef balls. Special mentions to the beef balls, they’re of bite size and full of flavour.
Trio beef combo with mi xian at S$13.90.
The Signature bursting meatball not just in name only, the juiciness of the pork shined and they are of QQ texture and flavourful. And a little surprise as it is generously filled with minced pork! I’ve enjoyed this meatball with their sambal chilli. This bowl of noodles texture was firmer.
Signature bursting meatball (pork) with mi xian at S$10.90.
Smooth and crunchy fishball filled with generous mini fish roe fillings in homemade spicy soup with mi xian. I’ve enjoyed this thin and smooth mi xian with a spicy kick, it doesn’t turned thick and mushy.
Double bursting fishball (fish roe) with mi xian at S$14.90.
Paired with a cup of dates and wolfberry tea with real wolfberry in our drinks. However, do note that this cup is for display purposes.
Dates wolfberry tea at S$2.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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