FB : Boat Noodle
This Chinese New Year, why not try something different and celebrate it the Thailicious way with The Original Boat Noodle. Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently get to sample their new Prosperity Yum which is available with the choice of Thai Rice Noodles or Springy Noodles.
Priced at RM1.99 per bowl, you can also select to have either beef or chicken as your topping. Delight your taste buds even more amazingly with The Original Boat Noodle’s other delicious toppings like Fried Wanton Skin (RM1.99), Fried Chicken Skin (RM1.99), and Fried Chicken Meatballs (RM2.90).
The Original Boat Noodle treats these bowls as “Little Bowls of Happiness“. Kuey Teow Ruer, which is commonly known as Boat Noodle is a delicate dish which originates from the floating markets of Ayutthaya. This inspired dish is aromatic and delicious making it an instant hit with fans.
Deep fried till golden brown crisp, every bite of the Thai Fried Chicken (RM12.90) is filled with satisfaction that makes you crave for more. Well marinated with secret blend of herbs and spices, everyone seems to enjoy this flavorsome boneless chicken thigh meat so much until we need to order a second plate.
Yellow in colour, this smooth refreshing Mango Smoothie (RM5.50) sure can bring you lots of ‘Ong’ during this auspicious festive season. Well… who does not like it 😉 Sweet ice blended mango drink made from fresh fruit, make sure you get yours today and try it, especially during these hot days recently.
Another fun interesting thirst quencher at The Original Boat Noodle! Blue Butterfly (RM5.50) is their new signature drink, made from blue butterfly pea flowers and lemongrass. See how the blueish beverage turns to romantic purple colour when you add in some lime juice to change its pH level.
No need to headache and satisfy your Thai street food cravings with this limited time only Prosperity Kombo at RM19.90. You get to taste 6 boat noodles, 2 addictive toppings, and 1 drink of your choice. Pretty good deal ya…
Starting their first outlet in Empire Damansara in March 2014 by only serving noodles, The Original Boat Noodle has grown in leaps and bounds as the go to place for Thai food. Their menu has hence grown incorporating more of the local Thai street foods. The décor comes alive as a real hustle of the everyday street food we see in Thailand creating an ambient and lively atmosphere.
Come over now to The Original Boat Noodle to meet and socialize with your family and friends this festive season over some authentic Thai street food without burning a hole on your wallet.
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