WHO CAN RESIST HAND MADE NOODLES? SO ADDICTIVE. I am loving the new Hawker Centre in Chatswood which has a number of eateries including the Noodle Warriors and Lamb Cumin.
The Hawker Centre Food court takes me back to the Singapore days where you walk into a food court of gorgeous Asian delights which resemble street food. The smell of BBQ meat waffles through the air. I love it. I order the above beef bun ($5ish, above). It's essentially braised beef with corriander.
For about $11-12, you can order a bowl of hand made noodles in a soup broth. I ask the staff which is the most popular and I go with the braised beef with noodles. The portion is not as generous as other local eateries in Chinese cuisine but it's quite tasty. The hand made, thin, flat noodles are delicious in the lightly chilli broth.
It's a very simple skewer of meat and fat and meat combination. It was tasty but very simple.
Suggested Improvements: I think a more generous serving of noodles would make Noodle Warrior more competitive. The lamb and cumin skewers were quite nice but low on value.
Location: Hawker Lane, level 2, Westfield Chatswood. 1 Anderson rd, Chatswood
Opening Hours: 11am to 9pm, Mon - Fri
Summary: Lisa's Rating: Check it out if you want to try lots of different things in a street food environment (that's still air conditioned)
Food: 7/10 for casual dining
Customer Service: N/A