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Named after the doodling chalkboard at its dining hall, Doodle! is a self service pasta and noodle restaurant. Its 'Create Your Own' menu allows diners to choose the type of noodle, ingredients and sauce. Signature pasta dishes are also available for those who are not keen to experiment.
The place was empty when I went in. I was skeptical but just wanted to try. The food was awesome. Better than the popular big Pasta restaurants. You can choose your own pasta type, ingredients and sauce. In a jiffy, you get your hot and tasty pasta for a much reasonable price. I had a spaghetti pasta with arabiatta sauce. It was spicy and I loved the taste. Would definitely recommend. The best pasta I have had !! ;)
The food was awesome. Better than the big Pasta restaurants. Its similar to subway. You got to chose your Pasta type, your ingredients and your sauce. The taste was delicious and the price was reasonable. Will definitely recommend!!
What can I say, after having tasted the dishes at pasta brava last night, the meal at Doodle today was testament that passion and a knack for what makes food good makes the men stand out from the boys.
the salmon pasta and the Mak Mak pasta were out of this world. Have not tried the rest but if these two disheis are anything to go by, Doodle will see more fans in time I come.
Just goes to show that you don't need to be an Italian make good Italian dishes. No need for fancy waiters and pretentious names...just pour all the effort into the food and the rest is history...hats off to the same father and son team that brought you salad stop...another amazing product....!
We turned the corner, A tiny corridor within the premises of a hotel, its narrow ways leading to a carpark on the left and a mysterious curve on its other end. Before you know it, I was awkwardly surprised by the vastness of the space before me that is Doodle! Pasta Bar. At 6pm on a Saturday evening, the diner and it's next door vicinity were dead. My suspicions grew by leaps and bounds; however I was reassured by my friend that this was her go-to-choice when in need of fixing her pasta cravings whilst in the region. Novena, that is...
Things went off to a great start with zealous staff who readily flooded us with recommendations as we were confronted with the ominous black board of options above head. Our flummoxed stares quickly turning fervent onlooks as we watched the 'Doodlers'(apparently one of the coolest job titles I've heard) stirring up a storm on the induction stoves. It was truly an interactive session with the chef goofingly giving a step-by-step demonstration as he worked his magic.
The Sweet Spot ($11.80), which includes a pulled pork stew braised in cognac and whiskey, red wine glazed onions and garnished with Parmesan cheese. My choice of the sweet spot, complete with a fresh serving of linguine pasta beared resonance in flavor. The meat was like cotton puffs on our tongues. Dissolving effortlessly with every mouthful of twirled pasta. Given it's price, I was blown away by the bounteous portions which warranted a little accompanying protein with every mouthful of carbohydrate till the very end of the dish. Enriched by the the slow cooking process in cognac and whiskey; the pulled pork easily stole the show, the crunchy rocket leaves adding both colour and a contrasting bitter note to the dish.
My friend's dish, the Prawn Star($11.50) which I never got down to trying, was reported to be delicious. A verdict I garnered accurate given it's rate of decay on the plate.
Doodle! Pasta Noodles and Wine Bar, a joint venture between a father and a son responsible for Saladstop has never been anywhere near my radar before. But with it's decent prices, exotic Asian inspired pasta dishes and fair execution, this place definitely has picked up a fan in me. Pasta, yes it may be basic, but with Doodle's versatility at play, it is surprisingly satisfying, the sort that really grows on you, just like the boy next door often does.
for photos and the full review, visit here (http://fundamentally-flawed.blogspot.sg/2013/01/humble-alternatives-doodle-pasta.html)