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Go Noodle House In City Square, Johor Bahru

MUCH HAVE BEEN SAID ABOUT GO NOODLES.... so he wanted to go and try for himself how they taste like...

And off we went to City Square in town.  Not surprising when we saw the queue right outside the Go Noodles... well, we came at the wrong time, right during lunch time!  We thought of going to Din Tai Fung after seeing the queue... but I told him that he must try the Go Noodles, otherwise sure regret one...  LOL... Anyway, it was not a long wait, we pre-ordered our food while waiting and the food was served in less than ten minutes after we sat down. 
Every table was occupied... 
For appetizers, we ordered a basket of Fuchok... 
Crispy hot... and nice, of course!
My order is the normal Meat Balls with with their signature noodles Mi Xian... 
His order... Bursting Meat Balls with fine meehoon... 
Then we inter-exchanged the meat balls.... 
The broth as usual was fantastic! 
He finished them all!
Even before he started on them, he gave a Thumbs UP sign... 
His trademark sign on Malaysian Food!
LOL


Comments

  1. Maybe the next round you come Johor, invite Suituapui to Johor, I can hop over to Johor, we have a blogger gathering and we can go there eat, kaka..

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  2. Looks so good! Something crunchy, then a comforting and hot bowl!

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  3. Go Noodle is at which level, didn't notice it when I went City Square

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  4. I love those blue & white bowls.

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  5. Please kiv this place for me...lol!

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  6. You gave the right advice! Must try or else sure will regret. Just queue for a while is ok unless starving.

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  7. Yay! My favorite bursting meatballs hee..hee.. Glad you all got chance to eat there.

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