Saturday, September 8, 2012

Noodle noodle update

On Monday (opening day), we went to this restaurant and I wrote a review here. On Friday, we went there again as we wanted to try even more things from the place. Here is a small update.

This time, I went for Japanese noodles (called "ramen").

Japanese Ramen, 135 NOK

It was served with an egg and two pieces of pork. One piece of pork was nice but the other was too thick.You need thin pieces of pork for this dishes as they should take the flavor from the soup. The noodles and the soup were nice, though. The quantity was also good for the price.

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian fried rice), 135 NOK

My wife went for Nasi Goreng, which is Indonesian fried rice. It came with an egg, with chicken skewers and shrimps crackers. I was not convinced by the crackers but the rice and the skewers were good. The photo does not show it but the dish was actually quite big (a lot of rice).

The conclusion is not too different from last time: this place is quite nice. For a correct price, you get some original and tasty dishes.


  1. We tried this after reading your first post about it. We had two dishes, but forgot the exact names. My husband had spicy rice noodles and this was quite good. I had the coconut cream curry with noodles and was not as impressed with it. Something about the sauce was reminiscent of the broth in egg-drop soup. But we liked it and will try it again.

    1. Thanks for your comment! I am happy you liked it too. I really wanted to try the noodles with coconut cream curry... nice to have a feedback on it first.

  2. Thanks so much for the update! I was *just* about to ask if they served Ramen. I have been craving some after moving from NYC!