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Yakisoba Noodles

Yakisoba Noodles @ Thai restaurant Randwick


Yakisoba is a traditional Japanese stir-fried wheat flour noodle with Yakisoba sauce flavored with pickled ginger roasted shredded seaweed, and mayonnaise. Often, the noodle is served with a variety of garnishes and condiments. These includes tsukemono (pickles) like beni shoga (red shreds of pickled ginger), katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes), sliced scallions, bean sprouts, aonori (powdered, dried seaweed), and a drizzle of sesame oil.

Since this noodle is similar to ramen noodle, most people mistake it for ramen noodle. In Japan, Yakisoba is a main street food often seen at various functions and events while for the rest of the world, this dish is especially served in Asian restaurants and even in Thai restaurant.

Regarding health concerns, experts considers Yakisoba as a not healthy dish as it has a poor balance of macronutrients. In each 200 grams of Yakisoba, there are 33 grams of carbs, 6.8 grams of fat, and 14 grams of protein. Therefore, the person receives more calories from carbs, and fat which may lead to a high potential of overeating the daily allotted calories. But a person can still enjoy this delicious meal by following certain guidelines.

Yakisoba Noodles at Thai restaurant Randwick, NSW 2031

If you happens to be in Randwick, NSW 2031 then you can try Yakisoba Noodles at Noodle Inn Asian Fusion located at 150 Belmore RD, Randwick NSW 2031.

Noodle Inn Asian Fusion is your one-stop-shop to delectable, fresh and well-priced Asian fusion dishes. Here, the environment is casual with friendly and experienced service. The venue fit-out is contemporary, boasting an open kitchen that allows people to watch the food being made right in front of them. The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor dining service. Additionally, it also provides take away and home delivery service.

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 create your own dish.

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

https://noodleinn.com.au

You can also find Noodle Inn on the Google Maps:

https://g.page/r/CYyrLI232OAVEAE


Here's the direction to Noodle Inn Asian Fusion from different landmarks.


Shalom College

 

UNSW Library 

 

UNSW Business School 

 

Alison Park 

 

Randwick Public School 

 

Emanuel School 

 

North Randwick Veterianary Clinic 

 

Royal Randwick 

 

Randwick Girls' High School 

 

Neuroscience Research Australia 

 

Ritz Cinemas 

 

Claremont College 

 

ICD Institute 

 

Eastern Suburbs Private Hospital 

 

Palm Court 

 

Frank Doyle Park 

 

Paine Reserve Playground 

 

Randwick Community Centre 

 

Randwick Environment Park 

 

Leete Park 

 

Fred Hollows Reserve 

 

Bunnings Randwick 

 

St.Margaret Mary's Catholic Primary School 

 

Govett Reserve Playground 

 

UNSW Randwick Campus 

 

TAFE NSW Randwick 

 

Australian Turf Club

 

ATC Heritage Centre 

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