Love noodles? Here are 5 of the best places to eat them in New York City.
Noodles might just be the perfect food. They are delicious, filling and come in so many different flavors, shapes and sizes.
Here are 5 of New York City’s best noodle shops.
Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle & Dumpling
Handmade noodles? Um, yes please! Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle & Dumpling may not look like the kind of place that has some of the best noodles in New York City, but don’t be fooled by appearances. Noodles are made in the front of the restaurant for everyone to see without ceremony. This nothing fancy restaurant makes the noodles then puts them in a soup of your choosing. Fresh, delicious and inexpensive.
Bo Ky Restaurant
Bo Ky Restaurant is another unassuming restaurant with amazing noodles. They offer about 30 different kinds of soups, the tables are large and communal and the prices are cheap. They serve Vietnamese, Chinese and Cambodian style foods.
Who doesn’t love ramen? It’s Japanese comfort food at its finest and Totto Ramen serves some of the best ramen in New York City. With homemade noodles, flavorful broth and just about any topping you could want and bowls of ramen for under $12, Totto Ramen is a must for all noodle lovers.
It’s impossible to talk noodles without including Thai food in the conversation. Noodies Thai has noodle bowls, stir-fried noodles, and other great Thai dishes on their menu. Check out photos of some of the dishes at Noodies Thai.
cocoron is a soba shop that can win over even those who think they don’t like soba. The noodles are perfectly chewy and everything is fresh there. One of the philosophies of cocoron is that healthy food and taste can coexist in the same dishes. There are delicious soba dishes for every taste – hot soba, cold soba, vegetarian soba, meat soba – all for under $15.