You might have already heard of Dajia Noodles 大甲干面, especially if you travel to Taiwan. It is rated as the top noodles in Taiwan and many tourists have returned back with packages of these delicious noodles. If you are fan of this noodle, the good news is you don’t have to travel all the way to Taiwan and can enjoy it in Singapore, at Ju Hao by Ministry of Food (MOF).
Ju Hao will be serving only Dajia Noodles which are healthier option as these Taiwanese noodles are dried with neither added salt, oil or preservatives.
How do you order them when at Ju Hao? First choose from the list of available noodle dishes. Next decide the types of noodles you like. There are 4 types of noodles.
Waves Noodles is extremely popular with the diners. It has a balance texture of chewiness and softness.
For more chewiness, go for the Handmade Noodles.
Pretty close to the Waves Noodles are the Slices Noodles.
If you prefer less texture, go for the Handmade Noodles.
Subsequently decide on the sauce. 4 sauces to choose from as well. Shallot for those who want to savour the natural flavour of noodles. Signature is sweet among the savoury. Sesame only if you love sesame flavour. Lastly, Mala for those who love numbing spicy food. Personal favourite is the Mala and Sesame. I am least interested in the Signature.
Don’t forget to order some sides to enjoy with your noodles. I highly recommend the crispy tasty Chicken Cutlet ($9,20) or the crowd-pleaser
Prawn Pancake ($10.30)
End the meal with the silky Red Bean Pancake ($8.80) with lots of sesame goodness too. I want the entire pancake to myself.
I like the concept of having these healthier and delicious Dajia Noodles at Ju Hao.