Noodle Bar – A Restaurant Review

On a wonderful afternoon in December, me and my friend decided to visit Noodle Bar for lunch. It is located in a quiet corner of Pheonix Market City, Bangalore.

Noodle Bar the Oriental restaurant by Pan India Food Solutions, has opened its doors to Bangalore’s food lovers, at Phoenix Market City. Offering a range of dishes from the exotic corners of China, Thailand, Burma, Indonesia, Japan and Korea, it’s the perfect dining destination to savour and sample all things Oriental.
Transparent Kitchen
A scrumptious variety of starters, soups and dumplings greet you on this unique culinary journey of Asian flavours. Treat your taste-buds to Onion pancake, Barbecue roast lamb, Crystal prawn dumplings and peppery corn fritters, burnt garlic mushrooms among starters.
Veg Fried Wantons
The main course is resplendent with succulent dishes like Teriyaki Exotica, Lion heart cottage cheese, Chinese lobster in curry sauce, Sambal Prawns, etc.
 
An exotic menu comprises signature Noodle Bar dishes like Lime leaf Chicken, Burmese Kaukswe, Burnt Chilli Noodles, Lime and Lemon Creme Brulee. Sanjay Malkhani, Corporate Chef, with his keen passion for Pan Asian food has created a delicious assortment of dishes which comprises to delight diners in the city. Round this trip around the East with Noodle Bar’s special desserts such as Coconut jaggery dragon rolls, Spiced fruit tempura, Lime n Lemon Creme Brulee.
 
Fresh Lime Soda
I decided to try the veg menu this time. Among the starters, we were served with Veg Fried Wantons, Wasabi Cottage Cheese, Veg Dimsun and Onion Pancakes. In the main course we were served with Pad Thai Noodles, Stir fried Chinese Veges, Jasmine Rice, Burnt Chilli Noodles, Lion Heart Cottage Cheese and Veg Penang Curry. We really liked Wasabi Cottage Cheese and Burnt Chilli Noodles and Lion Heart Cottage Cheese from the main course.
Pad Thai Noodles
Noodle Bar’s unique “Toss it up!” menu is another way to navigate this culinary paradise. Diners can pair a noodle of their choice with a combination of meats, vegetables, Sauces and garnish; and if this leaves you confused, you can always ask for recommendations on pairing. This menu offers Noodle Bar’s patrons space for experimenting and creativity-an exercise that surprisingly tastes as good as it sounds.
Complementing this Oriental menu is Noodle Bar’s rich decor which uses a contrasting palette of mahogony, cream and black hues. These colours further serve to accentuate the Asian theme with decorations and upholstery inspired by Chinese calligraphy. The restaurant adds a contemporary touch with frosted glass and stainless steel finishes.
Noodle Bar attracts an informed and well-traveled clientele, indulging their preference to eat out as a pastime. Its classy atmosphere belies its value-for-money pricing, a combination that residents of Bangalore will embrace.
Sanjay Malkhani, Master Chef, Noodle Bar commented, “At Noodle Bar, we aim to delight the gourmands with the finest and most delectable Oriental Cuisine. The menu comprises an exotic variety of flavours from around the world and will appeal to everyone with their delicious succulence.”
A Cosy Corner

Spend and evening here with your loved ones of friends to embark on a journey of Asia’s flavours, and smells; you will leave wanting to come back for more.

Location:
1st Floor, Phoenix Market City Mall, Whitefield,

Bangalore

Average Meal for two:
Approx Rs. 1000 for two (without alcohol), VAT extra

Timings:

12 Noon to 4 PM, 7 PM to 11 PM

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Comments

  1. says

    The Noodle Bar is a fun place to go if you have time. I went in here while at work and it was during dinner time. Huge mistake. This place gets so busy that it literally took me 45 minutes to get a to go chicken on veggies and rice. I have to say even though they were busy that was a little to long for a to go order. On the plus side they have fantastic spring rolls and the specialty drink Boba. If you go here make sure that you beat the rush or you have the time to sit down and enjoy the meal.

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