Noble palace re-run

So yes I went back again within a month and had more mud crab cooked with ginger and shallots (with noodles of course). Like I said- once you try it, you’ll start to get cravings. At least this time we mixed it up a little and also ordered a mud crab in a vermicelli hot pot.

We also got dessert- durian pudding (yellow) and mango pudding (orange) served with carnation evaporated milk. Truely Asian styles. Yum!

Saving (your appetite) for a rainy day


Some people wait until pay day to buy themselves a gorgeous new pair of heels but if you’re like me and you can’t wear (and balance) on pretty pretty heels and all the rain and cold weather we’ve been having is making you hungry, you splurge on something a little different!

Tonight I’m eating- mud crab cooked with ginger and shallots on a noodle base @ Noble Palace.

Where the current MP of mud crab is quite low, you don’t have to wait until pay day!

Mud crab cooked with ginger and shallots on a noodle base- It is so delicious and is one of those foods where if I haven’t eaten it for a while I’ll start to crave it. MMMMMMMMM! If you’re going to order this, don’t forget to ask for the noodles on the bottom!

We of course had an entree and dessert too!

Sang Choy Bao 

Deep friend ice-cream with caramel topping- a bit too coconutty for my liking

Venue: Noble Palace, Woden. It is also one of my favourite places for Yum Cha in Canberra!

Address: 28-30 Corinna St, Phillip, ACT 2606

Phone: (02) 6282 8915

Opening Hours: Lunch     Monday – Friday (11:30pm – 3:00pm)

                                                      Saturday – Sunday (11:00am – 3:00pm)                      

Dinner Sunday – Thursday (5:00pm – 11:00pm)

                 Friday – Saturday (5:00pm – 12:00am)

Yum Cha: Sat & Sun + Public Holidays: 10:30am – 3:00pm (best to book!)


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