One Noodle is one of the newest restaurants that sprung up at the dieters’ nightmare area that is the SS2 square. As the name suggest, their claim of fame is the noodle (ramen). Seeing that the place was always packed, I figured I would give it a try…. then I ended up going there thrice in the last few weeks.
note: this place has closed down
nice environment, and great ramen
The menu at One Noodle is rather extensive, there are more than 2 dozen ramen to choose from, over a dozen stir-fry items, bbq and roasted items, soup, snacks and so forth; and that is just the dinner menu, they serve dimsum for breakfast too. But since the name of the restaurant is One Noodle, I figured I’ll have the ramen.
The interior of the restaurant is nicely but not overly done. There are glass windows seperating the kitchen from dining area so you can spy on their cleanness in food preperation, nice.
wide variety of ramen to choose from
Ramen picture clockwise starting top left: One noodle, with duck meat, hot and sour, seafood.
The noodle itself was very good, soft and tender in texture while not being too thick. Their clear broth was not over powering either. Portion was pretty generous and theyd idn’t skimp on the ingredients, just look at the saefood ramen, plenty of big prawns, lala, scallops, and squid. The hot and sour ramen was not bad either, this is probably one of the very few places that serves hot and sour soup in this part of the world. If you haven’t try it, you should, hot and sour soup is one of the most popular Chinese soup in Chinese restaurants all over the States.
non-noodle dishes too
Other than ramen, I’ve tried some of their appetizers and side dishes too. The stir-fry shrimp and scallop was of very good value, priced at only RM 12. Other items such as the siu-long-pao were pretty tasty as well. Another thing I love about this place is the chili paste they serve with the ramen, though not very spicy, it has a very good aroma and taste to it.
As for price, One Noodle offers very good value. Ramen are priced from around RM 8 for the basic to RM 13+ for the seafood variety. Other items aren’t expensive either. For a restaurant that is air-conditioned and offers rather good food, this is very reasonable indeed.
Here is the awesome map of SS2
The One Noodle
No. 66 & 68, Jalan SS2/67
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.120322, 101.621604