Warm Up With Savory Seafood

A La Carte

September 17, 2017

Story By: Elima Pangorang |

Garlic Butter Steamed Prawns ($16.95). L. Tabudlo photo

Even with the summer sizzle coming to an end, Little Village Noodle House continues to fire things up with its steamy menu of Chinese fare.

The weather will soon start cooling down and one way to keep warm is with this eatery’s Hu Nam Spicy Steamed Fish ($15.95). General manager David Chang says it is a boneless fish fillet that is served with lots of chili pepper, but still is not too overwhelmingly spicy — but it’s better to have an extra glass of water just in case!

Inside the dining area of Little Village Noodle House. File photo

There is much more on the menu for everyone’s palate, from meat-lovers to veggie-lovers, and those in between. But first, kick off the meal with fun, bite-sized pupus such as spring rolls or wontons.

What’s more, Little Village Noodle House is a BYOB (bring your own beverage) establishment, so diners can enjoy their favorite drinks in its not-so-little dining area that provides ample space, perfect for all the family and friends.

STRAIGHT OUT OF THE STEAMER

Satisfy shellfish cravings with Little Village’s Garlic Butter Steamed Prawns ($16.95). This finger lickin’ good dish has just the right amount of garlic butter flavor that still leaves the pleasure of being able to savor the tasty prawns. General manager David Chang says that he likes to cook dishes through steaming because it is “clean, there is no grease and it keeps (the meal) very healthy.”

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