This "swift-serve" restaurant has offered crowd-pleasing, comforting carbs from around the world since 1995..
With hard-surfaced walls, ceilings and floors and a steady stream of diners, the noise level can get high but it still has a family-friendly feel and a few options for kids. The menu is dedicated to all-things-pasta featuring Japanese pan noodles, pesto linguine and spicy peanut salad. Patrons can order at the counter for take out or have their noodles served to them in a white porcelain bowl.
reasonably priced comfort food. This is a great place to go if you just want to get in and out and not worry about tipping or spending a lot of money. Great prices. Feed the whole family for between $20 and $30. Try the Mac N' Cheese or Penne Rosa - two of my favorites. YUMMY!
oh-kay..... noodles & co - sounds like you've got a rich family who knows nothing about noodles decide to open up a national food chain. Sorry people, but this place sucks... you're better off making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich at home. i gave this place the benefit of the doubt and tried something else, pad thai noodles, very un-thai like, more like, the blandest of food you'll run into!
OVER PRICED NOODLES. Cheap Eats? Doubtful......very overpriced soup, noodles.....you leave wondering what you paid for.......worst chicken soup I have ever had.
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