Good Thai Noodles With a reasonably priced menu, KinMoo offers a fair variety of Thai noodles and rice dishes. Hence, after much deliberation we got the BaaMee Haeng Tom Yum (Tom Yum Noodle Dry, $7.50) and BaaMee Keow Haeng Moo Dang (Wonton Noodle Dry, $6.90).
Having no idea on the authenticity, I really enjoyed my bowl of dry wonton noodles and the bowl of radish soup that came together. Served with springy chewy noodles, plump dumplings, lean slices of tender pork and topped with a generous amount of fried condiments; do remember to give everything a good mix before inhaling the noodles. Tossing the noodles, the fragrance from the fried garlic as well as shallots were able to coat the strands and while I usually remove the pork lard, the addition really enhanced the dish and I ended up finishing all the crunchy bits.
Furthermore, to complete the setup, order a comforting bowl of Kow Lao Moo (Mixed Pork Soup, $8.90). Similar to the radish soup mentioned before, their Mixed Pork Soup was light yet flavourful with the defined sweetness from the pork and radish - perfect to add into the dry noodles.