Nuodle Compass One Review - Delicious Halal Beef Noodles

I'm back again at Compass One last weekend to watch the finals of the baby crawling contest! I was thinking hard where to eat and the place has to be baby-friendly. Nuodle came to mind as I've always wanted to try it. 

If you are looking for a halal Chinese-style beef noodle place, you might want to check out Nuodle. Nuodle is a chain restaurant that originated from Lanzhou, China, and specializes in hand-pulled noodles.

On Sunday 12pm, there was no queue and plenty of seats available. After placing our orders on the self-order machine, we got a high chair for our LO and started feeding her.

To order, you need to use the self-service machine near the entrance. You can choose from different types of noodles, soup bases, and toppings. You will get a receipt with a number on it. Then, you can find a seat and wait for your number to be called on the screen. When it's your turn, you can collect your noodles from the counter. There are also condiments and utensils available for you to help yourself.

I'll share my review of the food we ordered below:

Signature beef la mian - $8.85

This came with thin slices of beef, spring onion, coriander, and chilli in a clear broth. The beef was very tender and flavorful, and the soup had a nice spicy kick to it. You can also opt for a non-spicy version if you prefer. The noodles were smooth and chewy, and the portion was generous. I also added seaweed as a side dish, which was savoury and refreshing.

Lamb skewers - $4 for 2 sticks

These were grilled with spices and served on wooden sticks. The lamb was not too tough and had a good aroma. It was a nice side dish to complement the noodles.

Lan zhou fried bee tai mak - $11.90

This was a stir-fried dish with bee tai mak noodles, cabbage, red bell pepper, and meat. The dish had a good wok hey and flavor, and it was slightly sweet from the vegetables. It was delicious and filling with the generous portion.

Overall, we enjoyed our meal at Nuodle and found it to be a great option for spicy food lovers and halal diners. The service was fast and efficient, and the price was reasonable. We spent $27 for two people without drinks.

Prices shown are before GST. There is no service charge.

Overall: 9/10 (would come again, might try the fish soup as well)


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