In the city of Toronto, six young ladies walked on Spadina Avenue and decided to try out this bustling noodle house in Chinatown known as Fudao Noodle House, which was beautifully lit in the city night and had a bunch of customers inside. My friends and I entered the restaurant and got the chance to rest a bit while waiting for a table for a short 10 minutes or so, and then we were seated at the tables at which we would dine on some of the most quality noodles I’ve eaten in the city.
Upon entry, we were enticed by the beautiful clay pots that the restaurant displayed their noodles in. It gave true authenticity and allowed for some great pictures (as you will see!)
My friends all ordered the Original Fudao Noodle Soup which was the house special soup with noodle and a beautiful array of sides ranging from meats and vegetables.
I wanted to try something a little bit different – so I ordered the Pork Bone and Vegetable Soup which also had the same sides, just different broth. We were really happy about our orders, however the quantity was surprisingly quite large – and for six petite young ladies, it was a bit too much. We ate to the best of our abilities however and got to enjoy each other’s company.
Overall, Fudao is definitely a spot that you will enjoy if you love hot soups and savoury taste. It’s also great with the weather getting colder, so Fudao will definitely promise you a warm and full stomach!
For more information on Fudao and what they have to offer, take a look at their website: http://www.fudaonoodleshouse.askforspecial.com/
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