Main course wise, Steve had fried ho fun with beef and beanspouts, Suzi created her own noodle soup with vermicelli and tom yum soup, chicken slices, soya egg and pork and prawn dumplings. I did the same but had udon noodles in a Vietnamese chicken soup with the pork and prawn dumplings, soya egg and soya chicken.
Portion size was pretty decent. I expected one egg cut into half but actually we got two eggs each; almose egg overload! I was also surprised at the price. The three of us ate for less than what we paid at Noodle House and we had a bottle of wine here and just two alcoholic drinks at Noodle House. I also used my Entertainment Book voucher reducing the price even further but even without the discount it provides better value compared to Noodle House.
It doesn't have the terrace and the bustling atmosphere Noodle House has. Sho was pretty empty when we were there and it's a big place with counter seating around the kitchen area as well as lots of tables so it will have to get pretty busy (which I'm not convinced it does given there are so many choices at the casino) to get some of the bustling vibe Noodle House has. The decor is nice so I don't mind that it costs more there for a bowl of noodles compared to the more divey places we frequent in China Town or on Victoria Street. The big thing I was disappointed by though as the service. It took a long time after we were seated to place a drinks order and there was no water offered. Servers were disinterested as was the maitre d' and it wasn't like they were rushed off their feet.
Given the price, location and quality of food I'd probably give them another chance though and would return here over Noodle House. Also worth bearing in mind is that they're open till 02:00 on a weekend and they do takeaway.