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3697 Main St. (Princeton Ave.) Send to Phone
MARTA: College Park Station
Asian noodle and rice-based fare composed with freshness and style keep locals happy.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Noodle Restaurant Review

: While noodles (pho) inspired this popular, casual Asian bistro, other dishes add variety to its value-priced healthy menu. Koreans of Chinese descent, siblings Lili, Lina and Lenny Shou offer Thai, Korean and Chinese fare and the odd Vietnamese item (a cold salad). Chicken skewers (Thai) to be dipped in a hoisin-peanut sauce provide a tasty sharable starter. Vegetable noodle soup brings bright, crisp vegetables carefully cooked in vegetable broth. Noodles and other dishes may be ordered vegetarian, or for a few dollars more add tofu, beef, chicken or shrimp. We like getting our vegetables on kung pao, basically a Chinese selection that may be made mild or spicy with tofu and/or eggplant as well as chicken, beef or shrimp. Brown rice may be specified if desired. Desserts are all-American. There is a basic nod to wine, but a cup of blackberry-sage tea makes a good companion for the fare. This Noodle outpost, which has an outdoor garden, closes after lunch at 3 p.m. and reopens for dinner at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, then operates continuously on Saturday. Other locations.


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