2015 Foodie Review - Nine Bowls Thai Boat Noodle @ Publika


Category: Foodie Review
Published Date Written by Jason Loo

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My buddies and I were in Publika last week and we decided to eat in Nine Bowls Thai Boat Noodle, just next to Coffee Stain.
Mind you, this is my first time eating boat noodles and I have read the blogs of how small the portions were (though priced at RM 1.90). I have tried to avoid for fear I might stack up the empty bowls non-stop just like the picture below ...

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Pic : Stack of bowls for your pleasure
Alas, this did not happen, I only lasted 4 bowls plus portions of pork neck, pork skewer and spring roll thrown in.

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Pic : Noodles for your fancy
The boat noodles came in 3 flavors, namely Pork, Tom Yum and Beef. The basic difference between them are in the taste of the soup (besides the meat). Pork tastes more bland, Tom Yum spicy and I would say Beef is by far the most flavorful.
The pork necks were ok while the spring rolls were so so. The pork skewers were tender and juicy, probably tasted better than some skewers I have had :P

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Pic : Springrolls for the spring in your steps
There are other noodle dishes to try out if you do not want to have the boat noodles.
Overall, I would come back again if I wasn't very hungry :)

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Pic :  This is Nine Bowls Menu
Address :
D4-G3-2, Publika, Solaris, Dutamas, No.1 Jalan Dutamas 1, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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