With decor inspired by traditional Chinese elements, including a whoppin’ five-metre-long handcrafted golden dragon, the newly launched Dragon Noodles Academy (DNA) certainly isn’t skimping on the details.
click You won’t see this anywhere else in town. Stored in large, golden wulu – generally seen in traditional herbal tea shops – you’ll have your pick between Gweilo Beer’s pale ale ($59) or a slightly maltier, nuttier amber ale from Moonzen Brewery ($69). Happy hour runs until 8pm, so pop on over after work if you’re in the mood for a tipple (and to check out the wulu yourself)!
We kicked off our flavour-rich culinary journey with the marinated chicken in homemade ginger sauce ($59), which was refreshingly light with a smooth bite. Your wallet might feel a slight pinch with the gorgeous lobster puffs (priced at $69 a pop), but your taste buds will thank you for it. Liberally filled with lobster meat, coriander and winter chestnut, the thin-crust pastries are a dream to devour. To add a bit of green, go for the baby cabbage florets ($99), floating in a delicious salted broth. Round out your meal with the lobster-tail soup noodles ($149), made fresh from scratch and served in a masterful broth of slow-cooked fresh crustaceans and brandy.
Tradition meets innovation in this colossal space, hidden in plain sight. There’s just something special about watching the chefs hand-pull noodles and being served craft beer from a wulu!
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