A little piece…

This is new at this place in Sibu – their double chocolate mille crepe (RM8.80 a slice)…

NoodleHouse double choc mille crepe

They launched the sale of this new item on the menu last Friday and it sold like hot cakes and by the time I dropped by with Huai Bin at around 1.30 p.m. or so, it was already sold out. Via their page on Facebook, I had specifically asked them to reserve a slice for me but they were very apologetic when I arrived, saying that one of the waiters had served/sold the last slice so there wasn’t anymore for the day…but the next time when they would have that, they would Β  save one for me – on the house.

Then on Sunday morning, there was word on Facebook that they would be having it that day so after the church service, my missus and I dropped by there for lunch.

Their caption for this mille crepe is: 20 layers of chocolate crepe + 20 layers of ganache = 40 layers of heaven. So, is it any good? I would say that it certainly is. I found the chocolate a bit too sweet for me but if eaten with a bit more of the layers of crepe, it was just nice. The vanilla one that I love a lot is nice but it has to be shared by at least two persons – it is something like those very rich cheesecakes whereby the first few mouthfuls would be very nice but towards the end, one would feel queasy and would be struggling to finish it. This one is ok – I think I can manage one slice quite well on my own.

Of course, we did not just eat that little piece of mille crepe between the two of us for our lunch. My missus had their sizzling beef with rice (RM9.80)…

NoodleHouse sizzling beef rice

She did not want what I think is very nice – the sizzling beef with kampua noodles and thankfully, she liked what she had ordered a lot.

I had their chicken curry with rice (RM7.90)…

NoodleHouse chicken curry rice

…which was nice and spicy but I think they should give the A1 Mountain Globe curry paste a try.

We were served these bowls of complimentary lobak (radish) soup…

NoodleHouse complimentary soup

…and they were obviously quite generous with the pork bones. I liked it a lot as it was not salty and had very little msg in it. Some people may feel it is somewhat bland but I like my clear soup like that and would cook it that way myself.

I probably would not be having the chicken curry rice again but rest assured that I would be back there again…and again – for the double chocolate mille crepe…and the kompia! Yummmmm!!!!!

Author: suituapui

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29 thoughts on “A little piece…”

  1. i want nobody nobody but KOMPIA!!!

    And that, you shall have when you’re here… LOTS of it! LOL!!! πŸ˜‰

  2. Ok so this place is non halal coz got pork bones. Did they keep their word on giving the crepe on the house? It looks very creamy to me. The famous ones here in PJ at Food Foundry is not as creamy but the one in Nadeje Mcca is creamy.

    They did! They served me that slice as soon as I got to the place…and it WAS on the house. Hehehehehehehe!!! The best things in life are free! πŸ˜‰

  3. My gosh…that chocolate mille crepe is going to give me insomnia…LOL. Looks too heavenly……mmmmm. Now I want to try making again since it’s so greatly liked by people. And bet it will taste even better here as the weather is cold. Hope I get it right very soon. I still miss that Noodle Shop. Looking forward to going back again. And the kompia….mmmmm. I sure need midnight supper now πŸ˜€

    LOL!!! I’ve seen yours in your blogpost. It looks great – not as neat but it does look yummy!!! After all, they’re professionals – will have to look a lot nicer than the ones we make ourselves. πŸ˜‰ Dream of Sibu, ya? LOL!!!

  4. hmmm i always not willing to spend on eating cakes, dunno why, maybe i dont really fancy or 8.80 is just too expensive? lol

    ehhh yea wey, complimentary soup also give pork bone! and i like the radish! but only if it is thoroughly cooked! or atleast it is soft enough!

    Cakes are expensive these days, what with the rising prices of flour, butter and everything. SR cakes are all around that price. At least, this one’s a crepe – not so easy to make. 😦 Of course, the radish is soft…when boiled in soup.

  5. My colleague drooled when she saw the pic of 40 l ayers of heaven you tagged me on FB. LOL!

    It’s nice! Don’t miss it when you come back! πŸ˜‰

  6. yeah, that double chocolate mille crepe!! looks so sinfully delicious, no wonder it’s more expensive than the other main dishes!! hahaha.. πŸ˜€

    Like SR cakes…not cheap either and this one’s a lot of work, having to cook layer by layer and arrange so neatly. Much easier to make those chilled cheese cakes.

  7. mille crepes are heavenly! πŸ˜€
    only tried the one at malacca πŸ™‚

    Huai Bin says they taste equally great but the layers in the Malacca ones are thinner.

  8. I would love that chocolate mille crepe too! I love anything with chocolate.
    I would never have to struggle to finish a cheesecake. Last year, hubby bought for me one cheesecake for my birthday. I finished it alone over the next few days as dessert, supper and snacks. Yum! Yum!

    I used to love cheese cakes a lot but my students used to buy for me all the time, whatever the occasion…so now the mere sight of them make me sick… 😦

  9. That double chocolate mille crepe looks evil!! That one slice will cost me 2 laps on the jogging track, but who cares! For that one slice of heaven, i wud go thru hell. Muahahaha

    Hahahahahaha!!!! Very nice way of putting it! πŸ˜‰

  10. Nvr hv the chocolate mille crepe b4, heard it has branch in Puchong… gonna try it one fine day!

    If you like those rich stuff like cakes, ice cream, pancakes….you’ll love this. Some people prefer savoury stuff.

  11. wow the lobak soup has a big chunk of meat inside..
    n d best thing is FOC.. LOL
    Pork bones are expensive….

    Yakah? I thought I could buy RM10, one bag full…use to cook soup stock many many times? LOL!!! But I was wondering how they could put one chunk in each bowl and they gave it FOC to each customer having a rice dish – they would need a whole lot of pork bones really… πŸ˜‰

  12. That millie crepe is killing me……I can’t find any in Seremban. sobs sobs…….

    Your wife’s sizzling beef looks so good. I like the sound of the sizzling. haha….

    Hah!!! Malacca is just next door… πŸ˜‰ You like that? Then you must go to the Coliseum in KL – they put a bib on you and then they pour the gravy on the steak in the hot plate and the whole thing will go splitter-splatter! LOL!!!

  13. Ok ok..your chocolate mille crepe!! Wait till i go food foundry and took the picture of the mille crepe and do the compare. Maybe next time when you’re here again, will bring you go there and you do the compare which one nicer. πŸ™‚ I try other flavour, i still prefer vanila the most.

    Oh, i will definetely go for that sizzling beef with kampua instead of rice!!

    The ones I bought from Pavilion were horrible…and RM10.50 a slice, soooo expensive. Forced myself to eat all cos so sayang, so expensive. Would never ever buy again. Ya, me too! I guess rice is just like chap fan – I’m sure kampua is nicer.

  14. I think i saw someone post in FB , someone do the mille crepe delivery too. Can check out ” Humble Beginnings Mille Crepe ” in Facebook to get the detail. And there is another one “Mille Crepe Journey”, apparently they do mille crepe cake!!!

    In Sibu? Wah!!!!!

    1. In KL la…hahahahhah…another one is in JB..but they do delivery to KL and some places i think.

      Wow!!! All the way from JB??? So far…. Here, I think if you buy the whole crepe cake, it’s RM60 for vanilla…and last time, RM80 for green tea. Not too sure about the prices but somewhere around there – they were selling them during Chinese New Year…

  15. sorry… we ate the last piece dat friday… we celebrate our col. b’day dat day… ^^ n i rmb the waiter told me is the last piece…

    It’s ok… At least I got my piece eventually absolutely free! πŸ˜‰ It was on the house… Hehehehehehe!!!!

  16. those crepe look too beautiful to be eat leh!i would love to try the crepe and also the kampua with sizzling beef.huhu!

    You’re still in Bintangor? Very close by…less than an hour’s drive away. πŸ˜‰

  17. That crepe and ganache layer cake looks intensely delicious! Lordy, I want a piece…

    It certainly is very nice! Come, come to Sibu (Sarawak) and I’ll treat to to a slice or two. LOL!!! πŸ˜‰

  18. That mille crepe looks heavenly and so is the sizzling beef & the chicken curry. Yummy!!!.yummy!!!…

    But not nice enough to lure you to come to Sibu… 😦

  19. Tried the chocolate one coz the other one was sold out. Good recommendation!

    Yes, it’s nice. Go back for the vanilla – it’s a totally different taste and I love it too…plus it’s cheaper. πŸ˜‰

    P.S. Thanks for dropping by. Welcome and do come often. Will link you in my blogroll.

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