Thursday, November 5, 2015

Tina's Noodle Kitchen, CBD MELB

Last weekend showcased Melbourne's ability to have four seasons in one day. Sunny in the afternoon and chilly cold in the morning after a heavy downpour. Seeing as we will be transitioning into summer soon, we decided to take full advantage of the cooler weather by indulging in a bowl of spicy broth, again.

Packed full just like it's sister, Dainty Sichuan. Tina's Noodle Kitchen is flooding with customers despite us walking in close to 3pm. Order your food at the front counter, get a number and wait for food to be served.

Watermelon frappe ~ whilst more like blended watermelon, this was popular amongst the China Chinese customers as it seems to help cool down their tastebuds after gorging on the fiery hot broth.

Spicy pork chitterlings ~ I believe chitterlings refer to innards and if you're not a fan of these special parts but still want to sample their signature broth, why not opt for the version with fish fillets or beef slices? We waited for a good 20 minutes for the entire pot/ bowl to cool down otherwise we run the risk of burning our palates yikes! Still about 60% hot after waiting for a while, the broth did not disappoint. However, exercise caution is spicy is not your calling.

Mushrooms in stock soup ~ a very simple bowl of noodles with a good variety of mushrooms in it. Definitely a vegetarian option and bonus points if you're into clear broths too.

Tina's Noodle Kitchen Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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