Best Noodles in Boston?
Hey, I live and go to school in the Boston area, and i was looking for a good noddle place. I tried Noodle St. by BU, and it was good but our meal was tainted by friends showing up an hour late. I am not looking for any specific in types of cuisine, just some good noddles. Oh, and for those who have not had the chance to try, I recommend the Rice Barn in Needham Center, where the old Chinese restaruant was.
Noodles? My department. But there are so many different kinds of noodles? Stir-fry or in soup?
To name a few of my favorites: Ken's in Allston for Japanese ramen ; Beijing Star in Waltham for northern style Chinsee hand-cut noodle; Shangri-la in Belmont for Taiwanese style.
But you want to have noodle in Boston area, I would recomend you going to any Vietnamese restaurants or Hong Kong Cafe in Chinatown. I also had been to Potluck once for Fujian style noodle. It was very light and tasty. But I wouldn't not go back until the temperate falls back to the 70's.
Mmmm noodles! The best noodles I've had recently were at Fu Loon in Malden. Peking Meat Sauve Noodle- gpicy, great texture. I've also ordered the Noodles with Spicy Szechuan Sesame Sauce but that is not for spice wimps (which I kind of am). Here are some place links:
375 Main St, Malden, MA 02148
Ken's Noodle House
1095 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
Hong Kong Eatery
79 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02111
Beijing Star Restaurant
835 Main St, Waltham, MA 02451
149 Belmont St, Belmont, MA 02478
Some of my favorites:
King Fung Garden's home made chow mein noodles.
Sapporo Ramen at the Porter Exchange.
Pad Thai and Pad See You at Rod Dee.
Dan Dan Noodles at Sichuan Gourmet.
King Fung Garden
74 Kneeland St, Boston, MA 02111
1815 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140
Rod-Dee Thai Cuisine
1430 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446
Sichuan Gourmet II
271 Worcester Rd, Framingham, MA 01701
Another vote for Ken's Ramen, which is as good as noodles get in this town. I also have to mention the Shanghai noodles at King Fung Garden on Kneeland Street in Chinatown. The first time you go in there, you will notice that every single table has ordered both the scallion pancake and the Shanghai noodles, no matter what else they're having. Listen to the wisdom of the masses on this one: those are not only the best things on the menu, they're the best iterations of each dish in the area.