Last Thursday, I went to Mid Valley Megamall with Alycia and the mil to grab some stuff for the mil to bring to Hong Kong and Auckland. She flew to Hong Kong today.
To kill time while Alycia took her own sweet time choosing novels at MPH Book Store, the mil and I enjoyed a bowl of noodles at Go Noodle House, which is just outside MPH where I can have a perfect view of who goes in and out of the book store. We found a table placed right in front of MPH. This particular Chinese noodle restaurant caught my attention each time I walked past it for the past few months as it is perpetually swamped with patrons.
We ordered a bowl of bitter gourd noodles with pork balls and a portion of fish paste.
As I had expected, the noodles, pork balls and fish paste were good. My interpretation of good is – not salty, not oily and fish paste must taste of fish and not starchy. The soup is light and not too salty nor oily. Very suitable for kids and adults too. The best part is our bowl of noodles didn’t cost more than RM16. Definitely a bang for your buck for a restaurant in Mid Valley Megamall.
I like it that I could leave the girls to do their shopping and reading at MPH for an hour or so while I find a table right in front of MPH and wait for them. Perfect!
We will definitely be back to try other items on their extensive menu. The girls will be very happy to have their meal here as the restaurant is right outside their favorite hideout place, which means that they can let loose and read all the books that they want after their meal while I sit there to wait for them.
Tip: do not go during peak lunch or dinner hours. The queue can be really, really long.
GO Noodle House
LG-059 MID VALLEY MEGAMALL
(right outside MPH Bookstore)