Awards Which GO Noodle House has bagged over the year include:
SME & Entrepreneuship Business Award Premier Edition
Phenomenal Brand Expansion Award
16th Asia Pacific International Entrepreneur Excellence Award 2017
100 Favourite Brand
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GO Noodle House
Servicing up to 18,000 bowls daily
Not the ordinary soup & you will NEVER forget the taste once you try it.
Our noodles are incredibly silky & slurpy, yet filling!
ULTIMATE MEAT LOVERS
Be spoiled with our choices of meat! Our best sellers are premium beef balls, Fuchow fish balls, But seriously, try our BURSTING MEATBALLS!
EXCLUSIVE HUA DIAO WINE
Top up your bowl of soup noodles with our premium ShaoXing HuaDiao wine & be prepared to be mindblown.
Story of Superior Soup Mi Xian
The history of Chinese Imperial Food dates back to the 17th century when it was the staple for emperors and their royal families, according to official records kept during the Qing Dynasty. Dishes and delicacies, cooked by commoners, were refined by imperial chefs to give a unique taste and touch to tantalise the tastebuds of the royals, especially the Emperors.
As the story goes, Emperor Kangxi was visiting the Southern province when he came across a shed by the lakeside that housed several villagers who were sumptuously feasting on bowls of noodles.
Intrigued by the sight and curious to know what the bowl of noodles tasted like, the Emperor sat down with the ordinary men to have a bowl.
The Origin Name
The emperor was amazed by the taste and asked the chef what made the bowl of noodle extremely tasty, to which, Chef Chan beamed with a smile and answered Shan Xian Noodles (山鮮麵).
Meet the Emperor
The chef went on to explain that the ingredients used in the broth were freshly sourced from the nearby mountain range every day.
Fascinated with the story, the Emperor decided to come up with his own distinctly improved version of the bowl of noodles by giving it an extra touch for a notch up. He added Chinese Rice Wine (花雕酒) to his bowl of noodles.
The Emperor conferred his recipe “Best Noodles in the World” (天下第一麵). The noodles became an integral part of the imperial cuisine and Chef Chan soon became part of the Imperial Chefs in the palace.
Share to the world
Chefs from the palace went to different villages following the fall of Qing Dynasty to make a living and by that, included, selling the Emperor’s unique bowl of noodles.
The recipe spread outside the empire and across the country as it was passed down from one generation to another.
The Rise of GO Noodle House
And this is how the recipe finally came to us — GO Noodle House (有間麵館)— an inheritance that will forever be cherished.