Oodles of noodles to delight tastebuds

DID someone say noodles? Well there are oodles of noodles to be had with a string of new noodle houses opening, offering not just affordable cuisine but in classy fashion.

Jimmy’s Noodles and Rice has just opened in Subiaco and offers a stylish and modern environment to enjoy Jimmy’s Asian feasts.

Situated at 385 Hay Street at the Subiaco Mews, opposite the Colonnade and around the corner from Nando’s, Jimmy’s not only serves up your favourite Asian dishes but has a noodle menu that could tie you in knots.

From dry to soup-based noodles, the decision between the Hokkien, seafood, curry laksa or the many other scrumptious noodles is most definitely a hard choice to make.

But the calming and stylish blue surroundings help to clear the mind and when the aromas of the kitchen waft your way the decision is hasted along.

Most meals cost under $10 and the restaurant is BYO and we’re told it will soon be fully licensed.

Jimmy’s Noodles and Rice is open seven days a week from 11am until 10pm.

Well it’s not all noodles, but Sushi and Spice do host an Oodles of Noodles night every Wednesday offering you not just noodles but a glass of house wine as well for just $11.

The recently opened Nedlands restaurant also hosts a Sushi happy hour on Tuesday evenings between 5.30pm and 7.30pm offering you all sushi you can eat for just $14.

This new modern Japanese restaurant provides a takeaway service and you can eat your noodles just like they do in Hollywood, eating out of the American-style take out boxes.

If you want to dine in, be sure to indulge in the great lunchtime specials and you can BYO, however a $2 corkage fee applies.

The restaurant is located at 7/160 Hampden Road in Nedlands.

While on the subject of noodles, Joe’s Diner is showcasing the wondrous style of laksa in an innovative special live cooking station.

Featuring different styles of laksa from various South-East Asian countries, Joe’s Diner will provide you with a selection of ingredients to create your very own meal, or perhaps get a few tips on just how they get your laksa tasting divine.

The promotion will run from March 21-31 and Joe’s existing a la carte menu will also be available.

If you can’t wait to try the flavoursome dish, you can try some at the Perth Food and Wine Fair, which is on this weekend at Russell Square in Northbridge.

Supporting the WA AIDS Council, the fair will showcase 40 of Perth’s top restaurateurs and wineries who will present their great wines and best dishes – a sure bet to tempt your tastebuds.

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JENNIFER Lopez may have graced the east coast but fear not you don’t need the Latin princess in WA to spice up your evenings – the Brass Monkey will fill the void.

Until the end of March, The Brass Monkey is showcasing a variety of Latin performers who will show you why Latin is so seductive, and if you feel a little light on the feet you can enjoy free dance lessons on Saturday evenings.

Food will be Latin-orientated as will the beer, with the famous Sail and Anchor Chilli Beer available to tease the taste buds.

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