Noosh Halal Noodle Bar & Grill (Esplanade Mall)

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Noosh, brings the fusion of tradition and modern cuisine located at the Esplanade Annexe beside taxi stand #01-13B. We aim to combine service with quality food! For further enquiries call 6327 9396 Or WhatsApp us: Http://

8 Raffles Avenue
#01-13B Esplanade Mall
Singapore 039802

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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was not bad! good place to hang out.

I believe most people here never really try on this Kelantan style of laksa.

The soup was come in white colour that has a strong mix of coconut and fish, and bringing out a very strong flavour. Mixed the spices together and you would really enjoy the flavourful of it. But do notes that the fishy taste could be very strong for some people.

There’s also ingredients with medley of mixed vegetables, sea scallops, prawns, egg and stir fried bee hoon.

People were recommending us to try this whenever we are here, and I totally agree with all of them. The ondeh-ondeh taste was super rich and tasty.

It is also served together with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Noosh Noodle Bar &[email protected] Mall:
1)$2.190 Niboshi Ramen with Meltique Sirloin Beef - 7.5/10 Coriander and beef broth smells stonks. Soup is warmth to my body, beef flavor is umami. Tastes like pho and msg. Hanjuku egg is great. Beef slices are medium rare, tender and chewy. Noodles are Abit too chewy. Overall, noodles hinder the life of soup, if they were less chewy, experience would be so much better. They were overcooked.
2)$10.90 Butter Beer - 8/10 Foamy with vanilla, Abit gassy and sweet. Quite refreshing to drink but price is on the steep side. No alcohol,reminding me of root beer float without ice cream but foam.

Asian Seafood Platter - $149.90
Asian inspired seafood platter that’s full of flavours! There’s lobster, crab, tiger prawn mussels and fried snapper, all covered in flavourful sauces. There’s something for everyone. Serves 4pax well with less carbs more protein. Their satay is also shiok shiok

Went here for a birthday celebration on a busy Fri night. They allowed a free cake slice although it wasn’t the actual birthday. Much appreciated for the service. Got the mango mousse and it was an alright cake. Too bad Ondeh2 cake isn’t allowed for the free cake.

For drinks, Ordered the Butter Beer which was to me tasted just like a Root Beer Float ($10.90) with marked up price and ordered for the sake of novelty. Had the Sriracha Chicken ($14.90) which came in a pretty tiny portion and just doused mostly with cheese. Not worth and u can skip it.

Ordered the Aglio Olio ($18.90) too, requested non-spicy for the kids but still came tasting like Mala noodles. If it was me eating it, it was not bad. But gave feedback we aldy requested non-spicy for the kids and they gave us another one on the house despite us aldy finishing the one given. Kudos to that.

Also had the Spicy Beef Spaghetti ($21.90) which is just too expensive and nothing in that dish justifies that price tag. Skip it.

The main item which is the Lobster Thermidor ($44.90) came with two lobster bodies with crazy cheese topping n some sauces to go with it at the side. Nothing special, again a cheese heavy dish with white sauce. There wasn’t much meat and they put tons of mushroom in it to make it look fuller i guess.

All in all, I still much prefer Malayan council to Noosh as they’ve pretty similar dishes n concept. In terms of food, this place isn’t very kid friendly as well. Won’t come back again.