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Miami Noodle Shop?

taitai Sep 14, 2007 11:35 AM

We have a LONG layover in Miami on our way to South America and wanted to seek out a good noodle shop for a meal. Something similar to Republic in NYC or Penny's in Chicago if anyone is familiar with those. Any suggestions? We will rent a car and go anywhere.


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  1. Frodnesor RE: taitai Sep 14, 2007 11:58 AM

    No such creature that I know of. A common refrain on the FL board of late has been lack of a good noodle shop.

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      chocolada RE: Frodnesor Sep 14, 2007 12:52 PM

      You could try the downstairs lunch noodle place at O Asian on Miami Beach. I can't say that it's a particularly worthy choice but they do have noodles galore. I have high hopes that one day we will have our own Wagamama.

    2. lax2mia RE: taitai Sep 14, 2007 12:50 PM

      You're coming to Miami and looking for a noodle shop? It's like going to Tokyo and looking for black beans and rice.

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        netmover RE: lax2mia Sep 14, 2007 05:13 PM

        hahahahah lol...you got that right lax!

        Osian is the only one I can think of and Lincoln Road is well worth a stroll if you want to feel the pulse of South Beach. Have the cabbie drop you at the Ritz Carleton sobe go East to the beach and check out our turquoise waters, walk one block West to
        O asian for some quick noodles, then keep walking West to the first pedestrian mall in America for the next mile, catch a cab or a movie(not sure how long?) on Alton Road and Lincoln, and/or bop into the legendary Epicure market across Alton just North of Lincoln for a nice stroll...BIG TIME layover killer!

        Welcome 2 Miami...

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        CarolinaB RE: taitai Sep 14, 2007 02:00 PM

        Here's the website for the O Noodle Shop, on Lincoln Rd: http://www.oasiangrill.com/noodle.php
        I haven't been, so I have no idea whether it's good or not.

        But yeah, what lax2mia said is right. Miami isn't exactly known for its noodles.

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          taitai RE: taitai Sep 15, 2007 01:14 PM

          Thanks for all the responses. I agree that noodles in Miami is a bit misdirected. However, we wanted one last noodle fix before two weeks of Peruvian cuisine. I think we will try O Asian's Noodle Shop.


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