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Noodle

205 E. Ponce de Leon Ave. (Church St.) Send to Phone
404-378-8622
MARTA: Decatur Station
Adding sushi to noodles, this casual bistro taps into the whole of Asian cuisine.
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Noodle Restaurant Review

: Decatur's Noodle is the original location for what became a three-unit family-owned group of Pan-Asian restaurants specializing in noodle dishes. But in 2015, the founders, siblings Lili, Lina and Lenny Shou, who are Koreans of Chinese descent, sold this outpost to chef Gordon Lee. Striking his own style, just before the close of 2015, he added sushi to the lineup. As you enter through the generous patio, pause to smile at the grinning, big-bellied jade green demi-god who stands guard. Cheerfully decorated with a large mural on one wall and a small bar, Noodle still specializes in Asian pasta. But other dishes add variety to the menu. Among the several starters are Thai satay (chicken skewer brushed with a peanut sauce), dumplings, spring rolls and the old Chinese-American standby, crab Rangoon. Noodle bowls, rice bowls and noodle soups of generous portions make up the main courses along with sushi and sushi/sashimi combos. Carb-free sushi rolls wrap the ingredients in either raw or cooked fish. We liked the Kamikazne, which enrobed shrimp, crab and cucumber in salmon. Tasty brown rice may be specified for each dish. Desserts are not served, and alcohol is limited to beer, wine and saké. Lunch specials are served to 3 p.m.

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