I discovered a new lunch spot since my return to West Perth last year (courtesy of a friend's recommendation) and I have been frequenting this place each time I crave chicken rice.
Tucked behind an alleyway, Noodle Inn is actually quite difficult to locate. If you do not pay attention, you can easily walk past the entrance.
The meals are not cheap but they taste good and your meals are served within 5 minutes! Perfect for those who do not have long lunch breaks. Just one word of caution though - this place gets really packed!
This is my absolute favourite. Yes, I know the restaurant's name might just suggest that the noodle dishes are more popular, but it is difficult to get good chicken rice in Perth and I think Noodle Inn makes decent chicken rice.
Finally, I went out of my comfort zone and ordered something different. It isn't the Penang style 'assam laksa' though and I consider curry laksa as curry noodles but it's still better than nothing! The only thing was I felt really thirsty when I was back at work. I wonder if it was the MSG or it was just a very hot day...
It is almost sad to say it tasted burnt. It has been a long while since I tasted coffee bitter in such a way as I do not add sugar in mine.
Sleepy Tuna, it is called. Tuna in port, mustard mayo on a bed of avocado and lettuce.
I personally found it amusing when the first hit into my mouth was the taste of spring onions. While eating, the only question running through my head was ''Where's the avocado?''. I noticed the avo spread on my
friend's but where's mine?!
Goody two shoes which translates itself as poached chicken with dill on a bed of avocado and lettuce.
A fresh healthy option, I guess.
I liked the idea how cyclists can park their bikes, hanging on the wall. I also liked the little potted herb plants on the table and they were all different from rosemary, thyme and more! I was merely disappointed with the coffee and wished I could have tasted avocado somehow. Just my luck, I guess.