Did you say exercise or extra rice? ~ Anonymous
While Jen and I are figuring out as to where we’re going to have lunch or dinner out, we ended up choosing places where offerings are those that we can’t cook at home, or haven’t tried cooking.
And there are places where we keep coming back not just because the attendants are nice, the place is pretty. The food is both delicious and affordable more importantly.
I discovered Lucky Noodles while I was searching for places with murals. If you have been reading my posts for a while, I have this specific penchant for murals. And Jen has a specific leaning into Chinese food.
And when we’re at Solaire, when famished, our feet lead us to Lucky Noodles. As the attendants politely offered their menu for our perusal, I already knew what I want to get then. I requested for Sweet and sour chicken, and Yang chow rice. Jen had spare ribs and Yang chow rice too. And we opted for the steamed broccoli for sharing.
We were served complimentary prawn chips while waiting for our food to arrive. Jen matched it with a special vinegar.
Mine is savory, a little sweet, there’s something crunchy somewhere, and not to forget mentioning, crazy good, all the things you’ll love about Sweet and sour dishes. It is loaded with the veggies I love. I’ve tried Jen’s spare ribs, it is too tender, it melts in my mouth, however, the 5S (Five S: cinnamon, cloves, fennel, star anise, and Szechwan peppercorns, or if it’s not 5S, it is similar to that) kick is too strong for me, though Jen really loved it.
They politely offered the Hawker, which is one of their Best sellers. A hawker is inspired from the Hawker center or cooked food center that is an open air complex found in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hongkong and the Riau islands in Indonesia housing many stalls that sell a variety of inexpensive food. I see it as similar to Banchetos we found in Ortigas, Cebu, Davao and CDO or from those Sunday markets which I first saw in Makati. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawker_centre
We hoarded sweets from the food court and from The Patisserie and asked the Attendants if we can consume them without the corkage fee. According to them, they allow it as long as they were purchased from within Solaire. Yey!
With all those condiments in front of us, we definitely enjoyed these Asian comfort food, it’s just ironic that we didn’t get noodles. I think we will have noodles next time. =) They have this “Make Your Own Noodle Bowl!”
Lucky Noodles is located at Solaire Resort & Casino, 1 Asean Avenue
Parañaque 1701, Metro Manila. You can call for reservation at: 888-8888