Previously we mentioned about food in Noodle Station. Let’s see how’s their drinks looked and tasted like.
Seriously they have many drinks until we are confused on the drinks we tried, especially on coffee series. I won’t comment much on the coffee series as different people have different preference. This is After Dinner Mint Cappuccino (Espresso with steamed milk & cho, Creme De Monthe Syrup) (RM7.00) . It is mild and good for kids.
On top of that, if you want a little peppermint taste, you should try Havana Holiday (Espresso mixed with steamed milk & lime vanilla, peppermint syrup) (RM7.00) .
If both espressos are too mild for you, you can try Snowflake Americano (Fresh brewed coffee & vanilla peppermint syrup) (RM6.00). The coffee was stronger. However, the peppermint was not significant.
They also have teh tarik. This teh tarik was mixed with hazelnut and thus is called Teh Tarik Hazelnut (RM3.50 hot, RM4.00 cold). Not bad if you would like to try something new other than normal mamak stall’s teh tarik.
Seriously, can you differentiate all the drinks above? I can’t if I didn’t label them that day. Luckily here came something different. The Mocha Iced Blended (RM8.00) was lack of coffee oomph~. If not wrong, “Mocha” should have 40% coffee, 60% chocolate. This was like 90% of them are chocolate.
The Green Tea Honey Latte (RM6.50) is a unique mixture but unfortunately was lack of green tea taste. I still prefer this pure chocolate ice blended (RM8.50).
Here came some drinks with fancy glasses/jars. First is Iced Ceylon Lemon Tea (RM4.00). If it is too normal, you can try Au Natural (RM6.00) which is a mixture of raspberry and lemon. Not too sour, not too sweet. Just prefect.
This smoothie is called Ice Age (RM8.00) which is a mixture of vanilla, blue curacao & black current juice plus yogurt blended. Tasted good.
This Iced Honey Peach Fruit Tea (RM7.50) had the largest bottle. On another hand, ice cubes were a lot as well.
There are too many drinks to try out in this restaurant. From bottom left and clockwise are:
- Kiwi Sorbet (RM6.00)
- Mango Snow (RM7.50) – Blended with fresh mango and topped with sagu.
- Sunrise (RM8.00) – Mango juice & orange juice & strawberry, yogurt blended
- Angel Face (RM8.00) – Lemon, blue curacao & lychee with soda.
- Raspberry Truffle Italian Soda (RM4.50) – Cho & raspberry syrup.
- I Love You Lemonade (RM3.50) – Blue curacao & passion fruit
- Mango Sorbet (RM6.00)
If you ask me to pick three of them, I would say item 6, 4, and 7.
As a whole, with so many unique drinks, this restaurant should be renamed to “drink station” (just joking.. perhaps “noodle and drink station”…. or “noodle, rice, and drink station”… or “Hamik Also Got Station”…
Again, special thank to Mr. Khoh, a shareholder from the Kulim branch who invited us for the review, and also thanks to cariso for the arrangement. Noodle Station is available in e-Gate, Sunway Carnival, and Taiping Central.
|Place Name:||Noodle Station|
|Address:||Kulim Landmark Central Shopping Centre, G-07, Ground Floor, No.1, Jalan KLC Satu (1), Kulim, 09000, Kedah, Malaysia|