Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Boat Noodle Introduces a Temptation Thai Feast

Whenever I pass by Boat Noodle outlet, I'll saw lots of peoples lining up outside the restaurant and I told myself that one day, I'll try it out with my Little Angels to find out the uniqueness of it that mades so many peoples willing to wait. The opportunity came and we were really excited in our mission to explore the food at Boat Noodle. Last Saturday me and my Little Angels were invited to try their existing food and indulge ourselves with their Brand New Enticing Thai Temptations during the Songkran festival. Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 - 15 April. The traditional water pouring is meant as a symbol of washing away all of their sins and the bad.
Customers waited patiently at Empire Damansara to indulge themselves at Boat Noodle
After putting its footprint for about a year now in Malaysia, Boat Noodle is proud to introduce new additions to the family – a total of more than 9 offerings that are suitable for people of all ages regardless day and time! Let me now introduce you with their new additions.

Thai Popeye’s Tempura 
1) Thai Popeye’s Tempura – a light snack which features fresh fried spinach that is cooked in crisp and coupled with a piquant “Soot-Yot” dip. Soot Yot in Thai simply means awesome. My Little Angels love the crunchiness of it and indirectly encourage them to eat more vegetables so that they'll be more healthy in a creative way.
Kra-Pow Chicken Rice 
2) Kra-Pow Chicken Rice – Kra Pow in Thai refers to Thai Basil Leaf. It is one of the common street food in Thailand that always win the heart of many. My eldest Angel, CM really love this as she said the taste and the aroma of it makes her wanted for more especially with Basil Leaf in it. The meat was juicy and fresh. For those who love to eat rice, then Kra-Pow chicken will be the best dish that serve with rice and a fried egg with some sauce in it..
Yum Woon Sen
3) Yum Woon Sen – A must-try dish for seafood lovers who dare to take spicy food! Topped with bouncy shrimp and crab sticks, Woon Sen or locally known as Vermicelli is set to give an extra kick of flavors to the diners. 
Yum Mama
4) Yum Mama – the classic Thai instant noodles smothered with slices of chicken sausage, crab stick and greenies. My Little Angels love it as all their favourite ingredients were there and the colourful of it mades the dishes attractive to little ones...
Yum Meatball
5) Yum Meatball – a simple yet heartening meatballs; a YUM way to go. For meatball lovers, you should try it as the taste was delicious and the mixtures with some chicken meat and the sauce mades the combination perfect for our little ones...

Boat Noodle Sangkaya
6) Boat Noodle Sangkaya – Suitable for brunch, tea time and even a simple dessert after meal, Boat Noodle Sangkaya is a perfect snack to go about. In Thai, Sangkaya means “custard”; it is a typical serving of steamed bread and a generous amount of homemade “sangkaya”. 
Bangkok Omelet with “Sood Yut”
7) Bangkok Omelet with “Sood Yut” – as the name implies, hunger pangs can have their tummy filled with this wholesome meal. For egg lovers, you should try it and add on the sauce of it mades the meal perfect to share with.
Thai White Coffee, Thai Milk Tea and Thai Green Tea
Besides the new food items, Boat Noodle has expanded its beverage list too. Adding to the beverage family are the thick and creamy Ice-Blended Green Tea and refreshing Ice Blended Coconut. “Over the past 13 months, Boat Noodle strives to deliver a wider selection of flavors through constant research and innovation. We are proud to introduce this new range of offerings and we believe these are just what diners need to satiate their taste buds regardless day or night, snack or a heavy meal,” said Tony Lim, Executive Director of Boat Noodle.
Refreshing Coconut Shake
The Coconut shake once you have it, you'll feel really refreshing. Especially in hot weather in Malaysia, a sip of the coconut shake will mades our body cooling and the taste was really really fantastic. I'll definitely come back for it as often as I could as I really miss it so much. The coconut filing was blended together with the juice that makes the drink so yummy. For green tea lovers, you shouldn't give a miss on their Green Tea Frappe as CM loves it so much. It is a refreshing and cool drink with a flavour similar to green tea ice cream...
Professional cooker preparing the noodles
The menu of Boat Noodle does not limit to just glass noodle but diners can now opt for rice selection as well as the original Thai noodle. “In Boat Noodle, we always want to be “the” place for anyone when they start to miss those street food in Bangkok; hence, all our Boat Noodle outlets portrays a Thai street market facade, comprising signages in Thai and vintage knick-knacks, which enable diners to fully experience and explore Thailand’s street market nostalgia locally,” Tony added. 
Those photos on the wall mades you feel that you're at Bangkok now
Boat noodle is a Thai street-food staple originally hawked from small boats on the canals of central Thailand. I always wondering why they called it as Boat Noodle and I'm sure all of you will be wondering also. Boat Noodles is called as such because it was originally sold to passing customers on wooden boats that ply the canals in Bangkok. The amount of noodles are actually very little can could be finished in two or three mouthfuls. That is why multiple bowls are usually ordered and it is not uncommon to see twenty to thirty bowls stacked on a table. You can choose chicken or beef noodles, which had kangkung and meatballs in respective broths. Even though the noodles looks simple, the flavour is rather strong and complex combining a little of every taste – sour, sweet and spiciness.

A record of having 77 bowls of Boat Noodles eaten by a Malaysian
The Original Boat Noodle has indeed got Malaysians buzzing, after marking its first footprint in Empire Damansara. Up-to-date, Boat Noodle has nine outlets in Malaysia, which are strategically located at Empire Damansara, The School at Jaya One, Ikon Cheras, Berjaya Time Square, Publika, Sutera Mall at Johor Bahru, Gamuda Walk at Kota Kemuning, Klang Parade and D’Pulze Cyberjaya. 

For more information, kindly visit Boat Noodle Facebook page at here. You may also become a fan at Boat Noodle Facebook page to get the latest updates and information.

The game for the day to celebrate Songkran Festival
A reward or being splash with cold waters. Just choose anyone of it

Do try out their delicious steamed pandan coconut puddings where they are served in small cups and the chicken wings which are crunchy and delicious as deserts and snacks.
My Little Angels prepared themselves to splash the crew there as a blessing for them. Yeah...

We really enjoyed ourselves at Boat Noodle as we explore and experience the Songkran Festival while trying the food there as much as we can. The food and drinks were yummylicious and in small portion that enables us to taste different dishes at a time. Burp.... Ha ha ha... Thanks to Boat Noodle for having us there. My Little Angels really enjoyed themselves with eating and splashing while understand the cultural of Songkran Festival. It is indeed a good experience for them to learn the culture of different country and trying the food there in Malaysia. Congrats to my eldest angel, CM for winning 50 bowls of Noodles. Time to dine in there again and enjoy every moment of it...
Me, My Little Angels and the Sporting Crew. Yeah...

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