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Hi Noodle at [email protected] offering noodles from $4.90 with HDL inspired free flow spice stick

When I accidentally gave Hi Noodle on TikTok, I was very curious to try it. It seemed too good to be true! First of all, they offer Chinese noodles. Second, they serve Chinese noodles at cheap prices. Third, he’s giving away free ice cream, and finally, he’s in town. Centrally located, Hi Noodle at [email protected] feeds those looking for a quick and easy meal.

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Hi Noodle 2

Hi Noodle 2

My whole experience at Hi Noodle was really seamless and interesting because everything was self-service. With no GST or additional service charges, you only pay for a basic but satisfying meal at affordable prices.

First you have to place your order at the self-order counter and its interactive display will present the multitude of options in an organized manner in front of you. They have a wide selection ranging from dry noodles to Sichuan noodle soup with rice bowls.

Not to mention, they also have a condiment station (similar to Hai Di Lao) where you can curate your own mix of sauces.

Hi Noodle 3

Hi Noodle 3

I have Shrimp noodles with onion oil and Spicy crayfish noodles. These options differ greatly in spice levels – if any one might taste too extreme, I might skip to the next bowl to tone down the spice.

For $7.90the Shrimp noodles with onion oil it came with a generous portion of shrimp. Not bad! I was first hit by a strong aroma of roasted mist oil and tea – which I consider a very important characteristic of my Chinese noodles. Many dishes can be drenched in oil with a sprinkling of spring onions, but at Hi Noodle, they’ve definitely been fried with plenty of scallions. Just the way I like it!

Next, the Spicy Crab Noodles ($14.90) it certainly packed a punch. It was loaded with peppers and chilies – definitely a choice for those who can tolerate spice. The noodles were elastic and the portion was suitable.

Hi Noodle 4

Hi Noodle 4

And to end with a bang, free ice cream! Who doesn’t like free stuff? The ice cream has a vanilla flavor and is honestly very milky. This particular section reminded me of Ikea because they also have these interactive machines for you to touch your own cone.

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You must return the tray to the tray return counter to receive a token for it. You can opt for either a free cup of coffee or a free ice cream cone.

All in all, Hi Noodle gave me a quick and enjoyable adventure as I conquered my dining experience here. I’m totally going back for another cone!

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