Pasta has always been a comfort food for us and it's been a long time since we (J and I) dined in a feel-good resto. Good thing we discovered B.I.H.O.N. last Friday around Angeles area.

Well, it's not really that we did not discovered it before but we kind of snob the place since it's beside one of our favorite to-go resto in Angeles, Perfect Loaf. Now I only found out that I wasn't able to blog Perfect Loaf until this time. One day, let's hope. For now, let me introduce a little something from B.I.H.O.N.
B.I.H.O.N. stands for Best International House of Noodles or practically known as Noodlebar. It caters different pasta and rice meals in a very affordable price. Check out the range of their menu on the photos below. Most of their meals are very affordable knowing that they serve fusion of different international pasta cuisines.


J and I ordered one each. Pad Thai for me and Laksa for him. Laksa has soup so no need for appetizers anymore. I just want some soup and some pasta, everything would be perfect! ♥

They served small breads while our orders are being cooked. J's Kaffir Iced Tea arrived as well.
Kaffir Iced Tea (P20.00)

I wonder why I always chanced Noodlebar having few customers. It's one of the reason why we always not consider dining there before because of few people inside the area. But hey, they're good. They're worth a try!
Finally our orders arrived. I ordered Pad Thai for P160.00 and I was amazed on the presentation since it's also my first time experiencing the dish. There are 3 condiments that you can ix on the pasta itself, chili powder, sugar and oh, some crushed peanuts. I prefer crushed peanuts sprinkling some lemon in it since the pasta already taste sweet for me.
Pad Thai

J got Laksa and since it's soup, we shared it first before we ate Pad Thai while it's hot. This is sold at P130.00 and boy was it good! Trying my first taste on this dish as well. Since the noodles in this is also the same with the noodles used in Japchae, I can't resist eating. Haha.
Laksa

I need to take another obligatory shot since the presentation was not so good in the photo above. I got my share in another bowl and you can see the noodles below now. Looks cleaner than the first right?
Laksa

Since I'm loving the soup more, I postponed eating Pad Thai and finished the huge bowl of Laksa first. Their bowl is good for 2-3 servings. We ate a little of Pad Thai and needed to takeout the remaining portion at home. Pad Thai is also good for 2 person.


Overall, I think our Noodlebar experience is an eye-opener for me. I should not limit myself on what I see on the outside, rather, I need to experience everything inside first.

Do you notice any Noodlebar branches in your area? I am not sure if they have branches elsewhere but this one was just accross Nepo Mall beside Perfect Loaf in Angeles City.

'Till my next food getaway. Xoxo ♥

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(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Taste
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Decor
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Service
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Hygiene
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