Noodle Bar offers diners something special: the freshest ingredients, neighborhood feel, and downtown hip without uptown prices. Our tasty and healthy Pan-Asian menu offers something for all discerning diners, whether you like your fare traditional or with a twist of something new. We might tempt you with coconut fried shrimp or Tom Yum Bouillabaisse. Or perhaps you’d like our Asian de Cuban sandwich with crispy tempeh (voted the strangest sandwich in NYC by the Village Voice), or our balsamic portobello with siracha aioli. Needing a healthy pick-me-up? A variety of salads such as spicy beancurd salad or cucumber and red pepper salad are sure to please. Or, if you’d like nibbles, our small plates are a great way to try a bit of everything.
With our two locations — in west village and newly opened lower east side — we are pleased to offer diners a fun and lively environment. Both locations offer a selection of wines, sakes, and imported beers. The Lower East Side location has a movie screen where we show old Kung-Fu movies for our customers.
Diners attest to our fresh food, and love our open kitchens.
Zagat: It’s fun to “watch the chefs” create “nouveau” Pan-Asian “street food” in the open kitchen of this “cute” little Villager; locals who want an “inexpensive lunch” they can “slurp down in no time” find it a “great addition.”
Others say that “This trendy stop for quick eats had raised the bar for noodles in the city.”
Please join us as we continue to offer you fresh, reasonably priced eats in a comfortable lively setting. We look forward to serving you soon.
Huge fans of coffee can basically pair any dish with the caffeinated drink and when paired with food coffee tastes even better than when drank alone. What does coffee do to you? Coffee has a lot of health benefits in the body, coffee burns fat and helps you lose weight, coffee boosts your endurance as an athlete or as a person with their day to day activities in general. Coffee brings up your adrenaline level so you are a much happier and hyped person which makes you very fun to be around. Today we are going to be looking at noodles and the best types that go best with coffee so all my caffeine loving people, this article is for you.
Luckily for a lot of people, Ramen Noodles comes in any flavor so you have a lot of options to choose from. There is the very classic Chicken Flavor Raman Noodle. Chicken Flavor Ramen is the best meal all by itself but pairing it with coffee is taking your taste buds to another level. The nice chicken flavor mixed with the ground earthy taste of coffee is definitely something all coffee lovers will need to look forward to If you aren’t a chicken flavor fan there are also other options such as beef flavor, shrimp flavor, chili flavor, pork flavor and so much more.
Udon noodles are also another option. Udon noddles are often found in Japanese restaurants and it is used with a great soup. Not a lot of people know about Udon noodles yet they should because not only does it taste great, it is really healthy for you Udon noodles satisfy you so you aren’t craving any more junk food and they are a great source of healthy carbohydrates. When paired with coffee the taste of Udon noodles really come to life and it tastes so much better with coffee. If you haven’t tried this pair you need to because it really lights up your mouth.
Lastly, Soba noodles. Soba noodles are also in the Japanese culture and they are also known as buckwheat. Unlike Udon noodles these noodles are small thinner in shape and they also, of course, have a wheat flavor that’s where buckwheat comes from Soba noodles are definitely served in more prices restaurants and it is more of a high price noodle so if you want to feel really important you can make this at home and drink it with your lovely coffee. If you ever go to a Japanese restaurant ask for this noodles and some coffee with it to taste the greatness.
That is it for the great noodles of all time that can go with your coffee. Coffee is high in caffeine and sometimes it isn’t always good for you so pairing it with great noodles that are also really healthy for you makes coffee lovers very happy because you can have your coffee while still at the same time giving your body the nutrition that it needs and deserves.
Getting lost in Soho deserves a great discovery: the Noodle Bar LES (as in ‘Lower East Side’), the newest eatery. If you’ve already devoured their goodies in the West Village: you have a rewarding reason to go East and start ordering everything on the fresher-than-fresh menu. Whether it’s Thai-inspired Indian/Chinese/Japanese or the other way around, each dish gets high points on the taste and innovation scale.
– MARCY MACDONALD’S RESTAURANT REVIEW