In search of comforting Chinese food in the wintry city of Montreal, I stumbled upon Restaurant Noodle Factory. As I needed to get out of the rain, I went in.
The interior was small, yet doesn’t feel cramp. Also, the restaurant is pretty clean and so was the restroom. A big plus in my book when the restroom is also clean. Especially if it’s a uni.
Back to food, I ordered the following food. (Don’t laugh if the french is wrong, I am only copying their menu.)
- Boulettes crevettes & Porc a la vapeur (Siu Mai)
- Raviolis au Porc & Legumes a la vapeur (Pot Stickers)
- Chow Mein style Cantonais (Cantonese Chow Mein)
Noodles are pretty good. And it’s probably my fault for being so darn boring! I should have ordered wonton noodle soup to try their egg noodle or something Szechuan, but I did not. What’s wrong with me?
But the dim sum and pot stickers were very, very, very good. The dim sum skin were paper-thin, and the filling very nice and even. Everything was in perfect proportion. Yum!
Took it all to-go, bad habit of ordering way too much food than I can eat in one sitting.
Also, I found this little YouTube clip on their site that’s cool. CTV’s Sunday Bite featured them back in February.