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Noodle Bar
Pan-Asian Restaurant$$
Today 12:30 – 10:30 pm
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172 Orchard St New York, NY 10002
172 Orchard StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
(212) 228-9833noodlebarnyc.com
$$Pan-Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Pan-Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Noodle Shop
Today 12:30 – 10:30 pm
Monday 12:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:00 pmFriday Open 24 hoursSaturday 1:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 12:30 – 10:30 pm
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Traditional & creative Pan-Asian dishes, including noodles & salads, in a no-frills setting.- Google
"Super laid-back, service is great and the bill won't break the bank."
"And this pan-Asian bistro rocks."
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Kristin Godburn
2 years ago
I am kind of particular when it come to noodles. And this pan-Asian bistro rocks. Super laid-back, service is great and the bill won't break the bank. I always go for the veggie Singapore noodles with coconut curry broth which offer the perfect amount of heat to leave your nose running just a little, but nothing a cold Sapporo can't clear right up.
A Google User
6 years ago
Ignorant chefs and indignant wait staff at this restaurant. Ordered Hunan Pork Bolognese. Granted, a fusion dish is open to interpretation, but this was a serious misnomer. Bolognese has just a small amount of liquid so that it clings to the noodle and has just a small amount of tomato. This resembled Chef Boyardee, soupy and a tomato base that overpowered the other flavors. My dish came out after everyone else's and was too hot to eat. Then, I as I was eating, I ended up swallowing a bay leaf. It turns out there were several bay leaves in my dish that I couldn't see behind the opaque red soupy substance. Bay leaves are acceptable to use in preparation but must be removed before serving. They are inedible and a choking hazard. I fished out another bay leaf and called our waitress over, and when I told her about this she was completely unapologetic, she said she'd tell the kitchen. She offered to get me another dish, but I said I had eaten enough already and I was already late for something. She didn't give us any discount on the bill and offered no apologies. Don't eat here!
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Jose Jocasgo
a year ago
Mi lugar favorito en NYC para comer unos noodles. Trato amigable, buen precio.
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George Michael
7 years ago
A Google User
4 years ago
My boyfriend and I went into the city last night from CT. We stopped into the Noodle Bar to ask about the parking situation on their street. They were so friendly, and the food looked so good we ate there instead of the place we intended on going to. The food came about 5 minutes after we ordered, it was the best pad thai I've ever had. The coconut shrimp were huge, crunchy and tasty. The waitress was super fun and made great recommendations. Plus they have a unique selection of teas and other freshening beverages. I had fresh gingerale with pomegranante and hibiscus. There were actual bits of ginger floating in the the drink...which I loved! I had a great time, and wished I lived closer because I'd be eating there all the time! Plus, our bill did not give me a heart attack unlike other eateries in the city.
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A Google User
5 years ago
Live nearby, and this has become my go-to cheap-Asian-noodle place. Pretty simple stuff here, and it's all pretty good. They unfortunately lost their liquor license though, so no more beer specials.
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Agustin Oliva
3 years ago
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Jason Lerner
6 years ago