Dickson Asian Noodle House is a busy place that is well known for super quick service and delicious, authentic Asian food. Situated on Woolley Street ... More
Dickson Asian Noodle House
Dickson Asian Noodle House is a busy place that is well known for super quick service and delicious, authentic Asian food. Situated on Woolley Street in Dickson--the hub of dining, the restaurant is very easy to get to by bus or car. The scene inside is simple and pleasant, set in a cosy, soothing mint green environment. Dishes include offerings from Thailand, Malaysia and Laos with a great menu variety. The Noodle House is famous for its laksa (especially the duck laksa), or try the special chilli mud crab. Terrific value for money. Entrees are around AUD5.50-AUD7, main courses AUD9-AUD14 and desserts AUD3-AUD4.
Recent remodelling has cleaned-up the appearance and expanded seating area. Many good asian dishes (Singapore noodles are popular), but laksa is definitely their specialty. Groups can be catered for by conjoing tables, but it's still a bit of a squeeze. No liquor license.
We go here every Saturday for a bowl of luscious Laksa. The staff know us, and our bowl of laksa is on our table within minutes of us arriving. We are often spoilt with little extras which is so thoughful and keeps us coming back. We have tasted many many bowls of laksa elsewhere, but the Dickson Asian Noodle House is consistently the best.
I absolutly love the laksa in this place. Everytime I go to Canberra I visit and order Laksa. I must of eaten in this place 50 times or more over the last 8 years and never had a bad meal yet. The menu has a wide variety, the food is generally served fast with a minimum of fuss, there is always a good buzz and mix of people and it is always value for money. Do yourself a favour and go there.
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