Noodle House is owned and managed by Jumeirah Restaurants. The inspiration of the restaurant was based from South-East Asian countries mainly from Hongkong, China, Thailand and Indonesia.
Noodles House offers a wide range of foods from small plates, dim sum, wok-fried noodles, speciality food, noodle soups, accompaniments, salads, desserts, and different kinds of healthy lemonade.
Since it opened in 2002 it has already 16 restaurants in different parts of Middle East like Pakistan, Cyprus, Oman, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.
I myself have been to their three branches in Dubai which are located in Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Burjuman and The Dubai Mall. Burjuman branch will always be the best one for me because of its ambience, relaxing setting and its location.
So far the dishes that we tried are their best selling. From dim sum, duck, noodles and beverages. They also sell desserts too!
Their duck dim sum and vegetable spring rolls are the best. Duck dim sum is best consumed while it is still hot and vegetable spring roll is best paired with their sweet and sour sauce. Dim sums are best when you are hungry because serving time is only around 10 minutes from the time you order your food.
You will never go wrong with their Chicken Siew Mai served with hot chilli bean sauce.
Singaporean Curry Laksa is fiance’s favourite, well I liked it too. Ingredients are laksa noodles, chicken, prawns, tofu and fish balls. Small costs 40 dirhams and large 55 dirhams. Believe it or not, large is good for two people.
Duck wonton soup is best for people who loves to eat duck. Ingredients are ban mien noodles, duck dumpling and roasted duck. Small costs 35 and large is 45. So cheap right? The soup was really cooked well, along with the duck and the dumplings. It really tastes good!
Paid Thai, my love affair with Thai cuisine. Ingredients are rice stick noodles, prawns, fried tofu, beansprouts, tamarind sauce and nuts (it is optional by the way). The noodles were not overcooked, and the spicy of it was medium only and the overall flavour was good! No wonder Thai cuisine is definitely loved by all people.
Nasi Goreng. An Indonesian cuisine, ingredients are chicken satay, fried egg on top of fried rice and prawn crackers. The chicken satay is soft and chewy that makes you crave for more. This and Pad Thai are one of their best sellers. It only cost 50 dirhams for one dish.
They serve different kinds of beverages from mocktails, iced tea, tea, soft drinks, juices, water and coffee. The one I ordered was Strawberry Lemonade which is their best seller so far. Includes fresh strawberries, and mint leaves that’s why it has the minty effect.
If you are planning on dining at Noodle House here is the list of their branches in Dubai:
Dubai International Financial Centre
Marble Walk, Gate Building, Dubai International Financial Centre
+971 4 3637093 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)
Burjuman Shopping Centre, Pavillon Gardens
+971 4 3526615 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)
Souk Madinat Jumeirah
Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Al Sufouh Road
+971 4 3666730 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)
Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Lower Level, The Boulevard
+971 4 3198088 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)
Gloria Hotel, Dubai Media City
Ground Level, Gloria Hotel, Dubai Media City
+971 4 3818065 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)
The Dubai Mall
Lower Ground Level, The Dubai Mall, Downtown, Dubai, U.A.E
+971 4 388 4825 or 4827 | 800-NOODLE (800-666353)