Canoolding what? Is it a new english word?
Nah..it is a restaurant in Bangsar Village II. We were looking for dinner after some grocery shopping and was so hungry. We stumbled upon this place. Apparently all noodles are priced no higher than RM10.
Some of the interesting features of this place is the color concept and deco. Once you’re sitted, you will notice that each table has a “paper mat”. Along with this is a container filled with crayons. Great idea for people to do some grafitti while waiting for your food. Your children will be most delighted to be able to scribble their masterpieces and thus keeping them off your back 🙂
The menu while is not extensive, it is sufficient for you to have a minor headache selection and have a hearty meal.
Sorry folks! We were so hungry we forgot to snap pictures of the food. By the time we realize, almost 3/4 of the food is already gone :p Anyway, just for your info, we had the following orders:
- Penang prawn noodle – acceptable but not quite authentic Penang prawn noodle
- Hearty seafood noodle – acceptable but taste may be a little blend and portion can be better
- Leng Chi Kang – no comments. Normal
- Aloe Vera, Sea Coconut & Ginseng roots – didn’t realise was with lots of ice. Brain freeze eating this…
- Service – 8/10
- Food quality – 7/10
- Value for Money – 7/10
- Ambience – 8/10
- Will I return? – Yes