Saturday, November 9, 2013

Noodle Station

This restaurant, more like a fast food corner, serves really good noodles. It's a tiny shop with limited seats. They are just so clever to leave the little door gap so that people who passes by the shop gets to smell it.

 You can pick between chicken or beef. It costs only ISK1190 for a bowl - which is about £6 ish for a bowl. Not too bad - the portion is quite generous for average eater. It would not be enough if you have large appetite though. I've ordered the beef myself - the soup was good, a little salty which kind of reminds me of Vietnamese noodles rather than Thai. Beef was really tender - noodle should be cooked a little longer though, felt a little too raw/hard.

You can pick the chicken if you are not a beef eater, but I would strongly suggest to get the beef - it's more popular :)

Overall, the thing I liked most was their marketing strategy. It's just sooooo clever to leave the little gap to attract hungry people like me!! Especially when it was lesser than 4 degrees. Can't say no to a bowl of hot beef noodles!

Noodle Station
Skólavörðustíg 21a
101 Reykjavík

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