Where to eat curry chicken noodles? With a few options at Hong Lim, we tried out Ji Ji Noodle House’s curry chicken noodles for this food review.
Curry was thick and almost creamy, not too runny, with light spiciness and savoury, not the same as the sweet variant of Ah Heng Curry Chicken.
Ji Ji noodle house’s curry is the type of curry you need to have with toasted bread for the ultimate dipping. But since they are a Noodle House and there isn’t any bread, we had to settle for Ji Ji’s springy chewy awesomlicious noodles. Curry held on well on the noodles for the slurping satisfaction.
Chicken chunks were chopped up chicken drumstick, with lots of tenderlicious flesh and gooey skin/fats. The other stuff included were taupok soaked through with the thick spicy curry, and of course wedges of soft yummy potatoes.
If you need extra spiciness, add in their chili sauce on the side for the needed punch.
Priced from $4.50 , $5.50, $6.50, $8.50, we got the smallest size but felt like it was quite alot. Can’t imagine how huge will $8.50 be. ^^
A nicely portioned bowl of curry chicken noodles with satisfying quality of curry and chicken, Ji Ji Noodle House’s curry chicken noodles is definitely a recommended choice.
Ji Ji Noodle House Opening Hours
|Monday||8am – 7pm|
|Tuesday||8am – 7pm|
|Wednesday||8am – 7pm|
|Friday||8am – 7pm|
|Saturday||8am – 7pm|
|Sunday||8am – 7pm|
Ji Ji Noodle House Location
Block 531A, Upper Cross Street, Level 2 #02-49, Hong Lim Food Complex