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Pad Thai Noodles

Pad Thai Noodles


Pad Thai is a Thai noodle stir fry with a sweet-savoury-sour sauce scattered with crushed peanuts. It's made with thin, flat rice noodles, and almost always has been sprouts, garlic chives, scrambled egg, firm tofu and a protein - the most popular being chicken or prawns/shrimp. For vegan, the recipe is prepared with soy sauce in place of fish sauce. Egg, chicken or prawn/shrimp is excluded while preparing the dish.

Since, the main ingredients is rice, Pad Thai is usually gluten-free. But some prepare the dish with soy-sauce, and sometimes fish sauce is added. These sauce contains wheat which contains gluten. Hence, it depend on how the dish is prepared.

Noodle Inn Asian Fusion, Thai Restaurant in Randwick

Noodle Inn Asian Fusion is a Thai restaurant located in the heart of Randwick NSW 2031. Here, all the delicious Asian fusion dishes are prepared on the spot while you wait.

The dishes are made with fresh and quality produce which will take your taste buds on a culinary adventure, from the fresh herbs, aromatic spices to the smokiness of the wok-cooked dishes.

Our dishes will take your taste buds on a culinary adventure, from the fresh herbs, aromatic spices to the smokiness of the wok-cooked dishes.

The environment is casual with friendly and experienced service. Offering indoor and outdoor dining, take away or home delivery, Noodle Inn caters to even the fussiest of pallets.

The venue fit-out is contemporary, boasting an open kitchen that allows you to watch your food being made right in front of you.

Popular and traditional Asian dishes such as wok-fried Hokkien noodles, pad thai, or Singapore noodles are on the menu, as well as a variety of soup-based dishes. You can order from the regular menu, or you can create you own dish.

Noodle Inn is your one-stop-shop to delectable, fresh and well-priced Asian fusion dishes.

To know more about the restaurant, visit the website at:

https://noodleinn.com.au

You can also find Noodle Inn on the Google Map:

https://g.page/r/CYyrLI232OAVEAE

Here's the direction from UNSW Sydney to Noodle Inn Asian Fusion


Visit the restaurant to experience the authentic Asian Fusion dishes

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