After some family shopping at the Seeb City Center last night, we were hungry (moreover it was dinner time) and we decided to have dinner at the City center (Mall). We needed a place that would be a bit more relaxing and quiet (after a busy day activities and night shopping with a toddler, one would need some minutes to relax) …enough of blah! blah! …we finally decided on ‘The Noodle House’ based on our previous experiences with them.
The calmness of the environment was what we needed (at that moment, we weren’t in the mood for the busy food court).
Their Menu list was exciting, with mouth watering Asian delicacies
We (My hubby and I, and of course our lil princess who made sure she had a taste of everything) had Sticky chilli beef ribs, crispy salt and pepper calamari, Chinese prawn crakers (side) for Appetizers
When the Main Course arrived, I didn’t know where to start from (I actually didn’t know my thoughts reflected on my face and my hubby was quick to capture it …winks)
Our Main Course consisted of Thai style chilli prawns with basil (usually served with steamed rice);
Nasi goreng with chicken satay and fried egg;
And Singapore noodles with chicken and prawns (which is usually our attraction to the noodle house);
For beverage menu, My hubby had the fresh iced tea, our lil princess had apple juice while I had a mocktail (can’t remember the name …’shame’). I enjoyed my choice of mocktail (tried this particular option for the first time) …it had some sprinkle of mint leaves that gave it a kind of flavour I enjoyed.
The meals were great, just that we wanted most of our meals to be very spicy (more chilli), but we didn’t get a taste of the spice (maybe it’s as a result of our Naija tastebuds …lol). The price of the entire meal (including the drinks we had) was 31 Omani Rials (about 13,000 Naira or 81 USD), which is Ok compared to what we had and the standard of living in Oman.
At the end, we definitely had a good night and I couldn’t wait to run to my bed.