Nooodles @ Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport

Nooodles Huge Bowls

We woke up bright and early for the flight to Johor to go visit Legoland – it’s a good thing we’re flying from the (much nearer) Subang Airport. None of us has eaten breakfast and since we have been eating a lot of fast food lately, my better half opted for this place.

Nooodles Subang

It was totally deserted, except for us.

Hong Kong Style Wantan Mee Soup (RM 10.90)
A Hong Kong favorite, soupy wantan noodle

Hong Kong Style Wantan Mee Soup

This is what my dear ordered – the soup is actually quite good, but nothing like the authentic wantan mee I had in Hong Kong. The crispy wantan is a nice touch though and there’s a lot of vegetables inside. Healthy!

Chicken Porridge (RM 8.90)
Porridge served with boiled chicken

Nooodles Chicken Porridge

The kids shared this huge bowl of porridge coz they didn’t want noodles. I think the Nooodles signature dish (literally) are these *massive* bowls which makes the portion look like Thai boat noodles. It’s actually a regular portion, the extra large serving bowl just makes it look small.

Chicken Herb Noodle Soup (RM 13.90)
A traditional recipe of herbal broth with steamed chicken, a favorite for the seasoned traveler

Chicken Herb Noodle Soup

This is my order – it came with a drumstick and the herbal soup is really different from a Chinese style execution. I’m not sure what is up with the odd menu description (seasoned travelers?) but it was pretty decent for airport food. I quite liked how the goji berries were mixed in with more Malay style herbs.

Nooodles Family

Nooodles is a halal outlet and the cooking style reminds me of the food I used to eat when I was living in SS6 – Malay interpretations of Chinese dishes. That’s not to say it’s bad, but it’s certainly different. I wouldn’t go again since the food wasn’t that great but it was good to fuel up before our epic Legoland trip!

I thought the timing was awesome too – we even brought our Emmet minifigure to Legoland Hotel so we could take photos for smirk

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8 thoughts on “Nooodles @ Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport”

    • It was a lot of fun! 🙂

      We didn’t have time to do anything other than Legoland – it’s a trip for the kids, and we just managed to dedicate one day to the Theme Park and one day to the Water Park and it’s back home after that. The kids loved it, I thought it was great too, had a blast seeing all the Lego characters in real life and go for the rides and musicals.

  1. The bowl is very big leh, I thought you only take pictures after the food is already finished, haha.. I read your previous comment, RM2000 for the hotel alone, not cheap, but I know the money was well spent, coz the kids (and adults) enjoyed VERY much..

  2. HB, still food is good to have to fill up for the trip.

    HB, still food look good and to be fill up for the trip. Find a good place to eat can be a problem at time but if there a some what decent place to head to still better than no food at all to have.



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