On the map it showed that this cafe was almost by the sea.
It was hard to locate that day because that building was being rennovated so the front of the shop was almost covered by scaffolding.
I barely managed to recognise this cafe only because there was a yellow fire hydrant on one of the photos and because it was so old with red decor inside.
Photos of the restaurant:
The decor of the restaurant is probably a sight for the people in the city.
Apart from the noodles, there were pictures of the toast with scrambled eggs, corned beef and extremely generous amounts of spring onions which I had to try too.
The roast pork was sold out that day so I only chose luncheon meat with the tossed noodles.
Noodles in ceramic pot:
The noodles were in a ceramic pot topped with with so many items such as five spice pork, fried egg, luncheon meat, roast duck breast etc.
The noodles were piping hot especially since they were served in a ceramic pot and there was a film of hot oil covering the noodles.
Scrambled eggs with corned beef on toast:
The corned beef was not as salty as I expected, but the combination of scrambled eggs, spring onions and beef with toast was really delicious.
Instant noodles tossed in spring onion and ginger oil:
Otherwise the noodles were delicious because the spring onion and ginger oil tastes exactly like the sauce for dipping chicken.
The luncheon meat looked slightly different to the usual as it had specks of meat in it.
It would have been great if the noodles were more al-dente as I found them too soft and the texture was a bit spongy.
Egg and five spice meat sandwich:
The five spice pork was slightly too spicy for me but the egg was really fragrant.