22 Nov 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower
The food here is reasonable for feeding 1 person, I would amount to $23 at most. With my father, it would be $45~. The food here is delicious, at least whatever I order is. I make it at least a weekly visit to any of the Noodle Star restaurants. It is fresh REAL food, not reheated. Not Longjohnsilvers, not Fish and Co., not Manhattan Fish Market, all of which sells process pseudo-quality food. It even serves up good vegetable dishes.
Its price is acceptable for me.
I LOVE their guotie (AKA gyoza), a panfried pork & cabbage dumpling that is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. I only wished it move nearer my home but most Singaporeans are too cheap to appreciate good food. Their Xiaolongbao is also delicious too.
Their definition of good food is cheap food. Well, I hope their cheap food will not harm their health and have them learn a hard lesson on what expensive truly means. I am a local by the way.