If, like us, you’ve wasted all these years eating your dinner off an ordinary plate like a chump, you’ll be stoked to learn that airborne noodles are on the brink of hitting Brisbane very, very soon.
This theatrical craze originated in Singapore and has been blowing up on the ‘Gram ever since it hit the menu of Hana Japanese. We do not know what makes these noodles levitate, nor do we know how their volitancy impacts the dining experience. All we know is that, as of next Tuesday onwards, Bulimba’s own Vietnamese Mint will be the only place in Brisbane where you can find out.
Choose from either mee goreng, sakura, or garlic prawn noodles and Vietnamese Mint will give them the gravity-defying treatment for a measly $17.95. Peanuts when you consider the semi-magical spectacle that is a FLYING NOODLE. Pastafarians know what I’m talking about.
Prepare to get astral, Brisbane, this craze is gonna take off.
What: Flying noodles
Where: Vietnamese Mint, Bulimba
When: From dinner service, Tuesday 28 November
Image credit: Provided, Vietnamese Mint