Our host and owner, David, noted that the insert is there to simplify the ordering process. But the method is to really choose dry or soup noodles and then order as many sides as you like!
We decided to sample both dry and soup noodles but to start off we tried their popular wontons and dumplings. As oily as the pork and prawn wontons looked, the chilli oil was actually light and not spicy.
Meanwhile, the dumplings were plump and juicy with a slightly pan-fried bottom. We were warned the dumplings would be quite juicy and they definitely were - we had to nibble it slightly first in order to not make a mess.
It made sense to us when we tried it. The noodles were light and subtle. Not too chewy or heavy, like other noodles that can make you feel bloated too quickly.
The broth of the soup version was not too salty yet still aromatic. The sides even continued in this fashion - the duck was in a soy sauce but it didn't feel drenched or soggy.
I ordered a side of pork meatballs, expecting it to taste like any other Asian packed meat but there was something fragrant, like an interesting combination of herbs or spices in this side dish. Intrigued by the taste, I broke up the meatball into smaller pieces in order to enjoy it for longer - it complemented the dry noodles extremely well.