Apr 30, 2013

Lucky Noodles Open 24 Hours at Solaire Resort & Casino


After almost a year of not getting sick (thanks to a somewhat healthy lifestyle I've managed to keep), I finally broke the record and acquired the flu.  Sore throat, cough, cold, fever... You name it.  I declined all invitations to go out or even to eat out because I wanted to get well as soon as possible. 

But come weekend, my closest friends from law school asked me to go to Close Up's Summer Solstice at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds.  I was actually feeling a bit better and really missed these friends of mine so I asked T, who was also under house arrest the same time I was because of a sprained ankle, if we could pass by.  And I'm glad we did.  It was so much fun!

Thank you Paul Imperial and Kat Rances for the SVIP bracelets :) Congratulations John Imperial for a successful event!


After everything, T and I started to feel hungry.   It was a bit late already so the only place I could think of that was open was Solaire Resort and Casino (read my blog post about Solaire Resort and Casino).




Elevator selfie!  I'm wearing a Habibi kaftan by my friend Ria Alazas.




T and I didn't bother to look if the other restaurants were open because I was craving for something Chinese.  So, Lucky Noodles it was.





The colorful and loud art on the wall caught my attention. 








There were a lot of vacant tables but I asked T if we could sit by the bar because I've been wanting to eat there ever since I saw it.




I just found it cool how you can see the kitchen and your food being prepared right before your eyes.








I also like the simple table setting.








And how all of the disposable things are labeled (straws, chopsticks, etc).





Now on to the food.  T ordered Steamed Pork and Prawn Sew Mai (P200/$5)...





...and Noodle Soup with Stewed Beef Brisket and Tendon (P190/$4.75).  This is really, really good. 





On the other hand, I got Fluffy Barbecued Buns (P170/$4.25) which is actually just a fancy name for siopao.  One order consists of three small buns so this can be shared among two not-so-hungry people.





I really wanted to eat rice (I know, bad bad me for eating rice so late at night) so I got the Hainan Chicken Rice (P260/$6.50) which came with "traditional accompaniments".





The dish was good but the chicken was a bit too "thin".  There was more skin than chicken meat but the rice serving was huge, probably a cup and a half.





I wasn't even able to drink my Coke Zero (P60/$1.50) because I was too full with all that rice.




T and I went home with happy happy tummies.  And like how the saying goes... The couple who midnight snacks together, stays together, and grows fat together.  

 



No, there no such saying.  I just made that up.  But makes sense right? :)


Thumbs Up!
Open 24 hours.
Well-lighted.
Good Chinese comfort food.
Free wifi.
Not so expensive prices.
Big servings.

Thumbs Down!
Nothing really.

Verdict
Lucky Noodles made it to our list of go-to places for late night snacking.


Lucky Noodles
Dining Date: 28 April 2013

Solaire Resort & Casino
1 Solaire Boulevard 
Entertainment City 
Metro Manila
Philippines 

Tel. No.:  (+632) 888-8888 



5 comments:

  1. I got hungry when I saw the siomai.hehehe. :) Must visit Solaire soon! ;)

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  2. oh I miss the Chinese food in PH, at least I know what I'm ordering! :))

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  3. love your dress hihi :) couldn't agree more to that saying.. D and I are now on the getting fat together stage haha! :)

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  4. I know you're posting about the food... but damn that dress looks really lovely!!! :P

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  5. You're soo pretty waering that Habibi kaftan :-)

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