Whilst driving home from work, I noticed that the former Yuemicka Noodle House next to Alleluia had changed names to Bubble Waffle Cafe. Since I'm on a bit of a bubble waffle craze lately, I did a bit of research and found Eating With Kirby's post stating that it had just opened and they gave free bubble waffles with a minimum $15 purchase! *The last day was October 30, so I ended up making it just on time for my freebie.*
Here, the top layer was quite thick and not crispy at all. It had so many air bubbles in it too, and it kind of reminded me of cake. Bottom layer was alright. It was overall a bit soggy because it wasn't aired out long enough before being put in the paper bag. (Side note: I find places that serve it on a cooling rack do the best.) I was quite unimpressed with the bubble waffle.
The fish puff was alright and obviously of the frozen variety (which is standard). I have yet to encounter a rice noodle place that serves freshly fried fish puffs, but that's understandable because they are so expensive (like $25 per pound!) They were very generous with the bean curd and mushroom.
The noodles came with drinks, but it was the standard $1 extra for cold drinks.
Orlando also got a noodle combo with the same soup, but with ramen instead of rice noodles. The ramen was sort of like the frozen Nissin types, which I don't mind. For toppings, he got the Taiwanese sausage and quail eggs. The quail eggs were a bit too overcooked for my taste, but it might be because they were in the soup for a long time.