This was actually our second visit. I think they had just opened up when we were here last. There are quite a number of restaurant choices here in the newly renovated Songshan Train Station, but we thought this place matched our budget the most. Having a large appetite like my other half, you'd be pleased to know that the noodles and rice are all-you-can-eat! This was the main feature of the restaurant that made us feel like we were getting our money's worth out of it. But you know, the signature of the place is noodles... and both of the times we were here, we failed to try their noodles! Oops!!
The waitress was kind enough to ask her colleague to lead us to a table with sofa seating. It was a kind gesture towards a pregnant lady. But I still did have to ask them for water instead of tea. Okay, I get it now... Some pregnant women do drink tea anyway...
The menu does remind you again that you can have all the rice and noodles you want...
So the other half decided he was going to have a fried chicken cutlet set.
And I decided to have tanindon (beef and egg over rice).
For every dish, you can add a bit of money to upgrade to the kind of set meals you want.
I had salad, veggies, and chawanmushi (steamed egg). It was not until the food arrived, did I remember that I didn't fancy their chawanmushi.
And they say that pregnancy makes you forgetful. I forgot to tell them to leave out the onion. And look at all the onion I had to deal with. At first I thought it was just the bunch on the top. After having a peak at the layer below the beef... Oh my... there was a lot of onion to pick out!
After working together to pick out all the onion, I could finally enjoy this wonderful dish.
Before the main dish arrived, the other half had already finished two bowls of rice! After this arrived, he had another two bowls! Amazing appetite that one's got!
Generally speaking, I really enjoyed both meals I'd had here. The service was quite nice as well. Although I still didn't enjoy the chawanmushi, and it was actually my fault that I ended up having to pick out all the onions... So I think I'd come back again if I had the chance.
The tanindon was really nice!