Tuesday, September 10, 2013

MOGU TREE NOODLE HOUSE



"We were so hungry we forgot to take a photo of the dining area." That was our reason when asked by our family how Mogu Tree Noodle House looked like from the inside. Sorry guys, we were so obsessed with our noodle pots that we completely forgot to snap some photos of the tables, at the very least.

The concept of the place is simple yet fun: you create your own noodle pot! You choose your noodle type, then choose your toppings, and finally your choice of soup: plain or laksa. If you love spicy food, I suggest you try the laksa. So creamy, so yummy. Mogu Tree Noodle House is another winner within Lilac!

 Here I am ready to create my own noodle pot!

 My tray: noodles with seafood bun, taro lobster ball and mushrooms

 There are four types of noodles to choose from :-)

More than the noodles, I am sure you are excited to see the variety of toppings. Here they are!











While waiting for our noodles, I spotted a Chinese delicacy corner by the stairs. There's lots of interesting stuff including Tsing Tao beer and Pork floss!


Below you can check out the menu for the prices:


And our orders arrive! Yeeeey!

 Hubby chose to go all meat, so he filled his noodle pot with Pork Asado. This was sooooo flavorful.

 And oh, just to give you an idea, the noodles are served like this!

My favorite of course was.... my pot! The laksa tasted really goooood! I love the right firmness of the noodles, the seafood bun with flavorful filling, the juicy mushrooms, and the interesting taro balls. But I really love the laksa! Haha paulit ulit.


A tip on the servings: the small soup bowl can serve two persons. Unless you're really, really hungry, then you can finish one serving. The large soup bowl can serve two to three persons. We're looking forward to try their claypot rice offerings and dimsum too!

Especially now that the rainy days are here, why don't you drop by Mogu Tree Noodle House and share a bowl of soup with someone special. :-)


MOGU TREE NOODLE HOUSE
60-E Lilac Street (Beside ChinaBank)
Hacienda Heights, Marikina City
Tel. No.: (02) 738-6833
Visit their Facebook page here.
Munching Budget per person: starts at 135 PhP


Marikina, aking hirang.

Roni

23 comments:

  1. Finally! Thanks for this review, Roni :)

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    1. you're very much welcome Roa! ;-) thanks for dropping by as well!

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  2. This is awesome! Will visit this place soon! :)

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    1. yey! that's great to know Michy ;-) I hope you enjoy your visit! thanks!

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  3. Actually, the difference of the small vs large pots is just the number of toppings. same lang the amount of soup ;)

    as for their claypot rice meals, masarap naman, kaya lang the rice tends to get burned kaya pumapait :( noodles talaga nila ang panalo!

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    1. hmmm, why did I get the impression that I received a bigger pot? hahaha!thanks for your feedback ;-)

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    2. hehe bigger pot lang talaga, although sometimes, when they run out of the bigger pots, the "large" orders are served in the smaller pots :)

      my favorite toppings are the mozzarella balls! sana ma-try mo rin yun at sana maabutan mo kasi madalas wala! :)))

      Try mo rin next time yung Udderly Delicious! Same owners (Mogu & Teaza) :D

      And I really love your blog!!! Hihi :D I also live in Marikina kasi (Rancho 2), and ang sarap nga kumain dito hahaha :)))

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    3. awww thanks so much! lucky you, stone's throw away ka lang pala sa lilac :-D hope to bump into you sa isa sa mga foodie spots dun ;-) thanks for all your feedback! cheers!!

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    4. Onga eh, para magpapa-picture ako with you haha :D

      By the way, check out this deal o! :D Na-excite ako masyado, I bought 10 vouchers right away haha

      http://www.metrodeal.com/main.php?dealId=Njc4Mw==

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    5. awwww! hope to see you! buy na din ako ng deal, hahaha! ;-)

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  4. Large is for 2-3 persons?! Naubos ko mag-isa! :-)

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    1. OMG hahaha! ;-) But yes, I might need to edit the entry to say 1-2 persons for large. Haha! thanks Christopher! Which soup did you try? Plain or Laksa?

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  5. How do i get there from loyola? I super love soup noodles! :) can't wait to try. Great blog, btw. Our church is in marikina.

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    1. hi denys! from loyola you can take SSS FX or jeepneys, and ask Kuya Driver to let you off Lilac Street. Your landmark will be Bennt Building. Once you get off the jeep, walk towards your left. You will see Mogu Tree Noodle House right after China Bank. If you see Burrito Brothers or Daddy Bertz, you went in the wrong direction. Go towards the other way. Of course, there's no harm trying out these food places as well! ;-) Enjoy your food trip Denys!

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    1. Hi Midkalina! their operating hours based on their FB page is 11 am to 10 pm. :-) Enjoy! :-)

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  7. paano ako makakapunta dyan kung nasa masinag market ako

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    1. hi there! from masinag market you can take any jeep going to marikina through sumulong, then baba ka dun sa arch, boundary ng marikina and antipolo. it's already Lilac Street pag diniretso. Mga madadaanan mo going to Mogu is Tamagoya, LA Diner, Panorama, and then Mogu Tree is near the Parish, beside Chinabank. I think pagbaba mo ng jeep there are trikes that can take you to Mogu. Mahabang lakarin siya... ;-)

      Thanks for dropping by!
      Dear readers, any other route suggestions are very much welcome!
      Cheers!

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  8. meron p rin ba akong d alam n masarap n kainan sa may marikina

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    1. yes, parami sila nang parami ;-) ako din mahirap mag catch up na sa food places, hehe

      Cheers!

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