Wednesday, May 2, 2007

I love noodles and company

Tonight we tried out this new eatery called NOODLES & COMPANY and I enjoyed the food there. I ordered the Indonesian peanut saute, green salad and tofu (THE TRIO as they call it). It was awesome. If you want some Meditarranean, some American-Italian, some Thai and some Japanese/Chinese in one place then this is the place to go. It has a casual dining atmosphere which I personally prefer more than a formal setting since I have kids. We went with another friend and her family. This company is Colorado based and just opened in our area. I am a fan. The portion size is quite good. The Thai curry soup that we ordered was huge but it was a bit too sweet instead of spicy as they mentioned in their menu. But apart from that the food was really good. Now if only they could make Indian-Chinese combination of noodles!!!!!!!!!!!!!AAAHHHHHHH the taste I so miss it.
By the way I also the love how they call themselves GLOBALLY INSPIRED and indeed they are. I also loved the decor and all the photos from around the globe that were on the walls. Loved the lamps as well. It is quite contemporary.

4 comments:

Michelle said...

Sounds so good. I wish we could find a good Indian restaurant where we live. I love chicken coconut kurma, or just kurmas in gerneral, what region is this dish made from?

Samir said...
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zobars said...

Hi Michelle,
I did a WIKI on your question and here is the link that might be helpful to you. Do you know that Costco ( which by the way I love) is selling readymade Korma sauce made by Maya Kaimal in their warehouses now. Try that and Sify.com is a good website to go and get a good recipe for a Korma. You might end up making your own Korma.

zobars said...

Also I can ask someone who knows someone in Buffalo if they have any suggestions for a good Indian restaurant. You haven't been to my blog since long. Nice to see your comment again. Thanks for visiting.