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UNCLE Noodles owners Vance Borja (2nd from left), with wife Ligaya (left) and daughter Valerie, and Carlos Porras (right) with wife May (2nd from right).
WITH the prawn noodle soup, Uncle Noodles gives a Singaporean twist to the famous mami.
UNCLE Noodles introduces the spicy dry noodles with minced meat to Cebuanos.

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