Today, I really needed to get out of the house (literally OUT) and so I decided to try out Noodle Box, at Enter-6 near Hang Yang University.
Noodle Box is located on the Basement 2 floor. Once you get off the escalator, turn towards Coffee Bean, it’s to the right side of Coffee Bean, across from the Photo Zone.
Noodle box is a self-serve restaurant. You order at the counter, they give you a vibrating bell, when your order is ready, the bell vibrates and rings. That’s when you can go and pick up your order.
There were two young men working, when I went.
It was around 1 pm when I arrived and ordered. I sat down at a table in the corner. Noodle Box has about 20 or more tables with 4 people seating.
The Pad Thai I ordered was 7900 won (about 8 dollars).
The egg rolls were 3000 won (about 4 dollars).
In total I spent 13600 won (around 14 dollars) including a Sprite.
The sauce for the egg rolls was the usual sweet and spicy sauce.
The Pad Thai came with some crushed peanuts and TWO pieces of shrimp (2. 2. TWO. Two pieces of small shrimp, not even the big kind but the small cocktail shrimp sized).
Overall, the Pad Thai tasted like a normal food court Pad Thai I used to eat in Singapore. Sweet and spicy but more of the sweet than the spicy. I wish they had chilli flakes on the side or something to add more spice to it. It’s not bad, but it could be better.