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Mu Noodle Bar

Our first visit at Mu Noodle Bar was very memorable so daughter and I just have to eat there again. Please click this to see previous post about Mu Noodle Bar.




We know what to order this time so I was able to take some photos, as well as open my book. I'm still reading- A Clash of Kings. Yikes, I started reading it February pa. Blame the koreanovelas! :P






Beef Noodle Soup. You can choose between soy or miso-based broth. Daughter chose miso. Serving portion can be shared, the one on the photo is the half portion. Warning: This soup is really, really hot. Best during rainy weather.


Prawn Omelette. Any dish with prawn (or shrimp) intrigues daughter. That's how much she loves Sebastian. I mean, crustaceans. ;)

The omelette itself was flavorful but I find it a bit salty. But then, I have a low tolerance for salt. And daughter ate it with gusto so its good. I just wish that they added the cilantro to the omelette itself instead of just being decorative.


Red Lamb Curry. Now this is the dish that made my heart beat when I saw it on the menu the first time we dined at Mu. And now, here it is in front of me. Lamb was easy to chew but not that soft though. But its good. The sauce isn't that spicy so daughter was also able to eat this. She also loves lamb dishes. However, this dish will make you forget about your diet because you just need to have rice with it. Winner!


The rice bowl. I guess it can be shared especially if you are particular about carbo-intake. Daughter and I ordered two bowls and was only able to eat 1/3 of the second one.


Lovely, lovely dinner. Too full to order dessert. Thank you Mu Noodle Bar. We will definitely come back and try your other dishes soon. I just need to lose some unwanted pounds. Hahaha.



Mu Noodle Bar
Wilson Street
San Juan City


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