We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Very open area, clean, and tasty well-priced meals. If you like beef, and want something in the local style, I'd recommend this place. The wait time is a bit annoying but usually worth it. If you don't want beef, they have chicken options as well....More
The cafe name actually means "Beef noodle" in Mandarin, which is a giveaway for the menu options. Yes, beef features prominently on the menu, but there is a limited "no beef - no problem!" option, also. I tried the standard beef noodles, which came with...More
tasty food in a modern and clean environment. the noodles are garlicky and the soup is flavoursome. However, there has been numerous occasions where the beef slices were tough and the noodles were extremely salty. And the onsen egg was not quite at its best...More
Yummy food but a bit let down by the staff. We arrived around 5:50 to see the staff all sitting at one table, we weren't sure if they were actually open (they opened at 5:30) yet as it looked like a staff meeting or something...More
Went to Nuromen for dinner with friends. We were a bit apprehensive about this place but it turned out well. The restaurant was busy but we didn't have to wait long. The food was good, the beef was tender and we considered it good value...More
Being in kuching for a while, this is one of the best restaurants i have visited. Not being a fan of Beef and having a limited choice in chicken. They still don’t fail to amaze me with their BBQ Chicken rice bowl. Service speed could...More
For those not familiar with Mandarin phonetics, they pronounce the name of this cafe according to how English alphabet is read. It makes this cafe's name sound weird. What? Men? Actually, noodle is pronounced mien in Mandarin. And "neu ro" are two words, meaning beef...More