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Salis Noodis - Yonge/St. Clair

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There is a new restaurant in the main floor of a condo on Yonge south of St. Clair called Salis Noodis. It appears to be south east asian-themed. Has anyone been there? There's no way this could be good, right? I love the chance they are taking in this area, but I have doubts on how they will execute. I do not work in the area so would like to see if anyone has been there before I make the trek.

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  1. Why not check out the website and menu? Looks like they have SALAD and NOODLES

    Website >>> http://www.salisnoodis.com/

    menu >>> http://www.salisnoodis.com/menu.html

    The pictures under GALLERY look good.

    1. I went shortly after they opened and I wasn't really impressed with the food. I ordered the Char Siu noodle salad and ended up getting about $3 worth of ingredients for $9.

      The site's photos look good though...perhaps they've improved since then...

      1. a friend who lives in the area recommended this place to me. I've tried their signature Asam Laksa, excellent. If you are looking for south east Asia flavours, should definitely give it a try. I am planning to go back and try the curry chicken noodle dish.

        1. I live not that far away - but as they're only open Mon-Fri noon-6pm I'm probably not going to make it.
          The menu actually looks quite good - when I walked past they had no menu (or opening hours) posted and so I wasn't interested enough to remember their name and go search on-line. I used to frequent Sprout (around the corner and about half the price) but gave up there after two attempted visits when they closed earlier than advertized.
          Clearly must be aimed at the lunch crowd only - that's a crowded category now.

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          1. re: estufarian

            I tried it once and it was ok but now it appears to be closed. I was across the street so couldn't read what the sign in front said. I can't believe a business would start without at least 6 months of working capital in order to establish a customer base.

            1. re: flyinggonzo

              Closed for renovations - reported in the changes/closings thread

          2. The meal consisting of soup with the beef short ribs is DELICIOUS. The meat is fall off the bone tender and flavourful. The broth could stand a bit more flavouring but there are soya sauce and chili sauce on hand. The presentation is also gorgeous.