Spice Temple has released a new menu with noodles for just $15 a bowl — or $18 with a beer or wine.
Sydney CBD's Spice Temple has released an affordable new lunch menu that lives up to the venue's name. On offer from 12–3pm every Wednesday–Friday, the daytime menu features seven different bowls of noodles each going for a very reasonable $15 — or $18 if you want to add on a cheeky lunchtime Tsingtao or glass of red or white wine.
If you like spice, go for the fiery belt noodles, which see thick 'n' chewy noods topped with a pork and fermented chilli sauce that packs a serious punch, or Exec Chef Andy Evans' take on dan dan noodles: a soupy and saucy version of the classic Sichuan dish.
Those whose spice tolerance is a little lower would be better served with the golden chicken soup, the crispy chow mein or the egg noodles served with Spice Temple's signature white cut chicken breast.
The noodle serves are generous, but if you're super hungry, you can also order snacks such as the fried chicken wings ($18), lamb and cumin pancake ($22) and har gow (four for $16).
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