Midtown Atlanta�s Asian Fusion Bistro Serving Upscale Pan Asian Cuisine.
Having been in operation for nine years, Noodle, located in the Atlanta metro, continues its proven approach to Asian cuisine with a menu that offers fresh, made-to order dishes, house-made curries, and an upscale Pan Asian array of choices at a lower price than you'd typically find in similarly themed establishment. The dishes are studded with farm-fresh vegetables and playful textures, and the decor is as exotic as.. the cuisine. Pair the Honey-Citrus Soy-Glazed Salmon, sidelined by spicy green beans, cool cucumber-carrot slaw, and steamed rice with a signature cocktail.
The one constant at all three Noodle locations is the superb cuisine and friendly service. It's a family-run restaurant, and when you're dining here, you?re treated, well, like part of the family. So come by and let us know what you think.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
I eat here a few times each month. My typical dish is the spicy basil chicken and I am a big fan. In addition to the great taste, I usually get 2 meals out of it so it turns out to be a good bargain as well. I usually do take out. I call when I'm leaving to go pick it up and it's usually ready by the time I get there. You can't beat that.
Posted: 8/13/2008 • Link to this review
We found Noodle and have been going for a while now. The food is great, the atmosphere is inviting, and the size (portions) are generous. You feel comfortable and "at home" at this restaurant. We have told several friends and co-workers about it, and they feel the same way.
Posted: 9/11/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I went for lunch at this restaurant after enjoying a good noodle bowl at a different restaurant. I thought all noodle bowls would be the same. I was wrong. I chose the noodle bowl whose description was nearest that of my favorite (Surin's/Amaryn's Ramen noodle bowl and broth with grilled beef). Unfortunately, the similarities ended there. Noodle's beef was like a stewed beef and was flavored as if it was marinated in sweet carrots :(. Amaryn's beef was prime selection grilled carefully and served tender. If you are looking to have good meat with your noodle bowl, look elsewhere.
Posted: 3/19/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The food at Noodle is great! I the veggies and beef on rice. The veggis are always fresh and delicous! Service is also wonderful as well. There needs to be on in Gwinnett County! =)
Posted: 5/08/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The place is nice with a lil weired but different interiors. Not too classy. But the food is cheap and the quantity is good. The food tastes good too. Gatech students get discount, show ur ID :).
Posted: 3/08/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I love Noodle! It's one of my favorite places to eat. Great atmosphere. The best part is you can get almost any dish with tofu and Thai hot! My favorite is the Thai Peanut Noodle with tofu, Thai hot of course, and a caramel apple martini. Yum! I may just go there for dinner tonight!
Posted: 2/22/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
A great spot to grab a quick lunch or dinner. Consistently fast service. Best if you're on foot in midtown and don't have to worry about parking. I recommend the noodle bowls. Vegetables are always fresh. They skimp a little on the shrimp.
Posted: 12/13/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Noodle is a hot spot in midtown, directly next to Little Azio. The noodle bowls are by far the BEST in the city! You can add any vegetable and meats to your dishes, or enjoy the classic Asian inspired dishes on the menu! When the weather is right, dining outside is a plus! If you haven't dined here before, get moving!
Posted: 12/12/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review