The decor is nice and relaxing as well.
Initially they reminded me of this noodle bar in Central called More than noodles, but this place turned out to be better and worth paying for.
The noodles that they offer are: prawn roe noodles, thin vermicelli and inaniwa udon.
Each noodle comes with a soup which is a choice of pigs stomach with pepper or seafood soup made with crab and prawns.
Crab and prawn soup:
White pepper and pork stomach soup:
Deep fried tofu skin coated with prawn patty:
As the layer of prawn patty was thin, you could still taste the fried tofu skin as well.
Deep fried sweet and sour tofu puffs:
These tofu puffs were crispy as claimed, with a slightly chewy centre.
The spicy lotus roots were nice and had plenty of sichuan spices.
Egg with prawn roe and sweet Chinese wine:
The taste of the wine was really nice.
The egg did not really absorb the wine but it was still nice because the rice from the wine gave it a nice sweet flavour.
Northeast black fungas:
They were smaller and the texture is nice.
Sea cucumber with prawn roe noodles:
The sea cucumber was lovely and soft covered with lots of dried prawn roe.
Prawn rolls with thin vermicelli:
The vermicelli was tossed thoroughly before they were served.
Basically these noodles were not the abalone or sea cucumber set so you can choose other options which was quite good for $3X as you get soup and the noodles taste great.
Overall I really liked this noodle place and I will come back again.