Shopping can get tiring and when you’re not a huge a shopper, you get hungrier quicker than usual (yep, that’s me!). Mr D and I headed towards the food court and I’m a bit of a snob and didn’t really want food court food but something in the corner caught my eye – Lanzhou Beef Noodle Bar. We didn’t think much of it so we shrugged our shoulders and walked straight in.
At the front there’s a board with different noodles size so you can pick which ones tickle your fancy (that’s real fancyyyy)! So you go to the counter, pick your dish and then what noodles you want. Pretty easy huh? Then you get your number and they’ll bring the dish out to you.
Mr D got the cold dry noodles and they were the BOMB! A touch on the spicy side but they were very refreshing. Oh, the portions are GINORMOUS too! The noodles were springy and bouncy.
Cold Dry Noodles – $12.80
With carrot, cucumber, bean sprout, beef, tomato and sesame paste
I got the braised beef noodle soup and it was delish! The noodles were springy and bouncy, the soup was light and flavoursome and it was TOTES AMAZEBALLS!
Homemade Braised Beef Noodle Soup – $12.80
Lanzhou Beef Noodle Bar is so frigging good. It’s a great addition to the food court and I’ll be back for them noodz.