For our April couple’s date, we decided to have a massage at Dreamworks Spa in Jumeirah 1 and dine somewhere near.
Noodle Bowl is an Asian restaurant located in 2nd December street (previously Al Diyafa) and has been there for a 10 years, TEN YEARS!
Strange that we never tried this place when we were stay in Satwa for half a decade.
To be honest, I don’t even know their cuisine.
I thought it’s Chinese or Indonesian.
But a quick Google search shows that they’re specializing in Malaysian dishes.
I was surprised to see some of the dishes on the menu.
I thought Nasi Goreng is Indonesian? As it turned out, they are offering Malaysian version of Nasi Goreng. Why not!
The serving was as big as his face. For 36 dhs, it’s not bad.
Another dish I ordered is the roti canai with chicken curry. AMAZING!
Gibson said it’s his first time to see me ate a dish without interruption.
I usually jump from one food to another but I managed to eat a full roti without saying a word.
I didn’t manage to finish it as I was so full with my chicken curry and roti. I also can’t tell if this is a good version as it’s only my 2nd time trying this dish. The first one was in Singapore airport (Changi) and I didn’t like that. It was malansa (is it fishy in English? But it’s not a fish right? Well…) So Noodle Bowl’s version is way better than my first experience.
I don’t have sweet tooth and desert doesn’t excite me. This mango with tapioca was too sweet but Gibson managed to finish it.