Noodle House has been around for sometime now in Sibu and I decide to pay the self proclaimed noodle specialist in town a little visit.
The shop might be a little bit hard to spot. It is located behind the Sibu Central Police Station, in way of the new shop houses.
The interior is cozy and comfortable. This outlet is open as early as 8am, which is quite unusual for an air conditioned outlet.
One thing that caught my attention is the way they prepare kampua where they add a little twist to it in term of presentation.
The Mille Crepe which is famous in Malacca is also available here. The Vanilla Mille Crepe (RM 6.50) here tastes alright but it has a long way to rival the one in Malacca.
Milo Dinosaur (RM 3.90) is below my expectation as there is nothing much to it. Even the Milo powder is not imposing enough. I had better one before in Batam.
Coconut Milk Smoothie (RM 5.50) is a drink which is based on Coconut Shake in Malacca. It is a good try but the coconut juice flavour was rather obscure. I still prefer the Malacca's Coconut Shake.
This is a good place to order kompia (RM 2.90) in town as one need not need to travel far to savour this local delicacy. The bagel is crispy and the minced meat is just perfect.
The sizzling spicy seafood kampua (RM 12.90) is served sizzling hot on a hot plate. This is the first time I tried kampua served in this fashion. It comes with prawn and squid in belacan, which is a nice touch to add some spiciness to the noodle.
It tastes OK and I believe it is a good try to add some variety to the kampua in town. However, I still prefer my kampua the old fashion way.
I believe the Noodle House Beef Noodle Soup (RM 9.80) is one of their specialty. The soup is rich and tasty and goes well with the mixture of tender beef and intestine. I will definitely be back for this bowl of noodle.
Lor Mee (RM 5.50) is also equally impressive. The broth well done. It comes with egg, tofu and a few slices of char siew.
The Wantan QQ Noodle Soup (RM 5.50) is really nice. The pork bone soup is simply perfect and soothing. The noodle is tangy and I understand now why they claimed to be the noodle specialist.
I also heard their laksa is worth trying. In fact I heard most of their noodle dishes are equally good.
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