AWA Mee Bar preparing their soup noodles in the hot pot. All the soup bases are boiled for at least 4 hours, then pour into a pot which has been pre-heat to 280°C. Diners get to choose the type of noodles they want, either dry or soup. And diners are required to pour the soup over the noodle or vice versa.
Sour Plum Tea was pretty simple and nothing special about it. While the Empress’s Garden Rose Tea was very nice but also nothing impressive about it.
Superior 18 Seafood Dry Noodle and also we choose spicy noodle. Guess we all love spicy noodle. Ingredients of the soup base included sliced fish, prawn, clams, abalone slices, vegetable, yam sticks and golden fish strips.
AWA 13 Tonkatsu Dry Noodles and I choose the spicy noodle. Ingredients in the pot included sliced pork belly, minced pork, pork ball, vegetable and golden fish strips.
Updated! We recently re-visted them and try out the AWA Signature Spicy Noodle Pot. And I was so disappointed. Other than spicy, there is nothing to shout about the soup but it contain lots of ingredients such as shrimp, sliced pork belly, pork ball, vegetable and golden fish strips. Not recommended!
We also order their Caramelized Hotpig Claypot and they taste so delicious. We love it but it would be perfect if the pork belly they use wasn’t so fatty.
AWA Mee Bar located on 2nd floor in Gurney Plaza, near to the Gurney Drive entrance.
Taste: 8/10 (1-3 bad, 4-6 average, 7-9 good, 10 great)
Service: 7/10 (1-3 bad, 4-6 average, 7-9 good, 10 great)
Price: 7/10 (1-3 expensive, 4-6 average, 7-9 cheap, 10 unbeatable price)
Ambiance: 8/10 (1-3 bad, 4-6 average, 7-9 good, 10 great)
Parking: 9/10 (1-3 bad, 4-6 average, 7-9 good, 10 great)