Saturday, May 21, 2016

Face to Face Noodle House 面对面 @ City Square Mall

[Media Invite]

'Eat Face to Face!!' - I like the punchline for the new noodle house at City Square Mall. (The pronunciation of "面" could mean noodles or face. So I would guess there will be various interpretations on how you face to eat your noodles). Face to Face, originated in Sarawak, began its culinary heritage since 1903 and has expanded to 30 outlets in Malaysia. During the Edu-tainment Trail at City Square Mall earlier this month, our family had the opportunity to taste the chewy sarawak noodles and the various pan mee creations by Face to Face.

Located on the 2nd floor of the Eco-friendly Mall, the new flagship store has already attracted many customers to try out their handmade noodles and it was pretty crowded during lunch hours.

Denver & Gladys seated and awaiting for their food to arrive.

Black Pepper Pork Chop Pan Mee - Our girl picked this as she likes the juicy pork meat with black pepper sauce. Decent portion of serving and Gladys commented that the bowl has a big piece of meat.

Genki Herbal Chicken Soup - Normally I have a preference for dry noodles, but this time I decided to go for soup noodles as I adore herbal chicken. The noodles appears to be mee sua, thin and chewy. Chicken meat is tender and the herbs have infused into the meat giving it a nice aroma and taste. I only find the soup a little too salty and it would be perfect if the herbal flavour is thicker.

Creation Pork Pan Mee - Ordered this for Hubby where it is served with wantan crisp, pork meat balls and topped with minced pork, cooked in signature gravy. A colourful combination and looks appetizing.

Curry Chicken Pan Mee - Our older boy has a liking for spicy food and this bowl of curry chicken noodle was his pick. A delightful combination of mini potatoes, beancurd sheets, toufu puffs plus his favourite curry chicken. He slurped his soup and finished every bit of it.

Face to Face also served hot and cold drinks and we ordered Honey Lemon (suitable for those who enjoy extra sweetness), Three Musketeers (a nice combination of sour and sweet), Longan Ribena and their Iced Signature Organic Coffee which is sweet, fragrant and revitalizing.

If you want value-for-money, look out for their value sets which includes a selected noodle dish plus a drink at $9.90 or value combo meals which includes a selected noodle dish, a drink plus a snack at $10.90. It is affordable, plus there's no service charge. Would love to be back again to try out their other popular dishes - Hot & Spicy Pan Mee which has an onsen egg within and goes with their house special dry chilli. Hubby and our boy should like it!

Face to Face Noodle House
Address: City Square Mall, #02-23/24, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539

* Disclosure:Our family was invited to dine at Face to Face Noodle House at City Square Mall. All comments and opinions are personal and no monetary compensation was received


Boh Tong said...

I've been there a few times but didn't know there are so many types of noodles.

Phoebe said...

It was our first time visiting, so every noodle dish looks new to me :)

Post a Comment