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We Love Our Go Noodles House At Sky Avenue, Gentings

THE NEXT MORNING WE TOOK OUR OWN SWEET TIME TO WAKE UP... and checked out through the Express Kiosk around 11am... and then checked in again to a new free room allocated to us.  This time the room was in Tower 3, it is a new block and the rooms are newer and slightly bigger...
It has a double bed and one single... but since there were only two of us, 
naturally one bed was left un-slept... LOL... 
For the first meal of the second day, we went to Go Noodle House..
My friend recommended that the food here is nice... 
The deco inside the Go Noodle....
Food must be good here otherwise won't be crowded on a weekday.... 
The Chinese words on the wall.. what do they say?
I know how to read.. Tian Sia Thee Yit.... *last word is.... ?*
Some can opt for this kind of seating especially those eating solo... 
I Like this container... it is like a drawer.... 
For a starter, we ordered this set of Fu Chok.. 12 pieces altogether RM8.80
Very crispy, crunchy and nice!
Know why I showed this?  
Be careful, this is really Hot Stuff....
Just a dip and it burns... Big Wow from me!
My girl has their special signature bowl of noodles... RM13 something... 
She gave a Thumbs UP!
As for me, I have their Bursting Meat Balls...RM13 or RM14 ... 
They have meat fillings inside... Fu Chow style....
Something nice and hot...
Highly recommended!
I would love to have this again the next time!


Comments

  1. Yay! You tried Go Noodles and I love the noodles there too. The bursting meatballs is my favorite. Next time you try the pan mee. Very delicious. And yes, that cili sambal is very dangerous hee..hee...

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    1. Oh then I must try the next time I go... it will be a long time I guess.. yes, indeed they are very dangerous! hahaha..

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  2. That were huge meat balls. But I dony really like Foochow meatballs that have fillings in them. Like mine plain. Hehe

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    1. I don't mind cos Ipoh seldom have shops selling these...

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  3. Go Noodle is very popular in Klang valley with many branches. So you have tried and like it! I like the fresh fish slices and prawns. The last word is Mian (noodle).

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    1. Oh thanks Mun! My girl guessed as much... that means No. 1 noodles, right?

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  4. I have same taste as Rose, I prefer my meatballs plain

    I remembered Mun ate at Go Noodle before

    I like the first photo with the nice bedroom and your pretty daughter

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    1. Thank you.. Libby! I like both plain and fillings! hahaha

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  5. The noodles and meatballs look so good! And very good beds, too. I love the drawer shelf, I could use one myself. Your girl is so beautiful.

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    1. Yes, I like the drawer shelf... looks antique too..

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  6. Ooo! I love bursting meatballs. Must bookmark this place for my next trip to Genting! Ha ha!

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  7. This Go Noodles have been popular and full house in all their outlets. I love everything they serve.

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