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Thaitanic Boat Noodle, The Scott Garden

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I vaguely remember eating boat noodles in Bangkok; a bowl of kuay teow in beefy broth, beef slices and meatballs. But I do remember it being larger than the ones that are now making waves in Klang Valley. rif and I stumbled upon a new boat noodle place called Thaitanic in Scott Garden and decided to give it a go since our regular pan mee stall wasn’t open.

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Boat noodles

Thaitanic Boat Noodles occupies two shoplots on the second floor of the complex and fortunately for us, the crowd wasn’t as maddening. We got a table almost immediately but even so, the waiting time for our noodles was 20 minutes. 🙄

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Soup beef noodles

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Dry beef noodles

There are four noodle options – dry beef noodles, soup beef noodles, dry chicken noodles and soup chicken noodles. We ordered the first two. Both the broth and seasoning were light, with a deep undertone of spices. You can choose to dial up the flavours with fish sauce, lime and chilli. I personally like mine with dashes of fish sauce and lime for that burst of tang.

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Done and stacked

That said, each portion is equivalent to one mouthful of noodles so you will need to order more than 5 bowls (RM1.90 each) to feel satisfied. While I found the noodles fairly tasty, I don’t fancy stacking up the bowls just for the fun of it. Plus it does add up to quite a bit. 20 bowls would cost you at least RM40, and you probably could get a nice (larger) bowl of noodles elsewhere.

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Oh well, at least I tried this once.

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Ambiance: 6/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 5.5/10 (pork free)
Verdict: The noodles were ok, but I don’t get the hype of many, many bowls stacked together.

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Thaitanic Boat Noodles
2-49 The Scott Garden
Level 2,
289 Jln Kelang Lama,
58000 Kuala Lumpur
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7 Responses

  1. King Wong

    I will personally try it at least once, but I too don’t see the hype of it. Perhaps it ain’t authentic enough. Meh.

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Yeah, I like my noodles in a large bowl. More hearty. 😉

  2. Over rated just a normal dish. I rather spend the RM40 money on other food.

    1. Bangsar Babe

      I agree Tony. Really don’t get the hype. That’s why rif and I didn’t bother ordering more than 10 bowls. Ordered enough to taste.

  3. This one not for human eated one. shitbrix one. Jaya One also liddat one.

  4. I really don’t bother to try this, just like what you’ve said, I rather spend my 40 bucks for a decent meal =.=”

  5. CY

    Hi, may I know their business hour?

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