Tuesday 2 March saw hungry gourmets gather for the glitzy opening of Luke Nguyen’s latest Star City opening, Fat Noodle. Tamarind cocktails and oodles of noodles made for a delectable debut for the chef’s casino-side eatery.
March 4th, 2010
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