1.Place noodles in a medium heatproof bowl, cover with boiling water; stand 20 minutes. Drain.
2.Meanwhile, combine bug tails, garlic, chopped coriander and half the oil in a large bowl. Cook bug tail mixture in large heated frying pan, over high heat, until tails are changed in colour.
3.Combine remaining ingredients with noodles in a large bowl; add warm bug tails, mix gently.
Balmain bugs are a type of crayfish found in Australia, and are also known as slipper, shovelnose or southern bay lobster. Substitute balmain bugs with king prawns, lobster, scampi or moreton bay bugs, if you prefer. We used baby coriander leaves, but the regular size is fine to use too.