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The focus at Pot-O-Noodles, at this second branch, is clearly on the food. There are some great options that you will find on them, making this a space for a group of friends, a large family with varying tastes and even for a couple or a single diner. They have some good starters, like the 'Chicken and Green Onions Gyoza', the 'Minced pork and Ginger Poached Wontons' as well as the 'Prawn Karaage with Sriracha Mayo'. The dry appetizers like the 'Prawns in Teriyaki Sauce', the 'Sweet and Spicy Cauliflower' and the 'Sliced Chilli Pork' are great choices too. But I would suggest looking through the mains and aiming to share so that you can try more. The 'Ramens' – they would not transport you to the ramen shops of Tokyo but will give you an essence of the experience. The 'Chilli Ramen with Tofu and Seasonal Vegetables' is a good one as is the 'Seafood Ramen with Rice Sticks and a Coconut Broth'. The 'Khaosuey inspired Ramens' are nice too. If a complete meal is what you are looking for, then the Donburi Bowls are what you should go for – the 'Chicken Oyakadon' as well as the 'Roasted Pork Belly Donburi' are my picks. And, then there are the 'Curry and Sauce Bowls', which come with rice – there are so many options to choose from. If you would rather make your own choices, then the extensive mains, stir-fries, sauces range is what you should explore. Desserts are simple, the 'Apple and Cinnamon Rolls with Ice Cream' and the 'Panko Fried Banana with Ice Cream' being nice options.