The food and drink menu was simple, only one-page long with nine different kind of noodles available in soup, stir-fried or tossed, plus a few side dishes, desserts and drinks (juices, mocktails and beers) While we were munching on the sides of deep-fried fish skins and pork rinds (two of the side dish choices), we reached the verdict rather quickly of sweeping the menu and ordered one each (and later, more) of everything to share among us.
All of us had a more-than-satisfying and filling meal and fell in love with this restaurant at first visit. The menu might be short, but I could never get tired of a hearty bowl of noodles with such bold flavors. It's probably the waiting line we should be worried about once more people heard of the place and started to swamp in. There are new restaurants you wanna wait for some time to let them run in first before trying, but this one you'd better not - it's your loss (and our gain) if you decide to procrastinate.
When? August 22 2016
Where? Samsen, 68 Stone Nullah Lane, Wanchai
Menu Highlights? Wagyu Beef Boat Noodles, Fried eggs with chili jam