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  • Chinese, Noodle Shops
  • 549 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn NY11211 40.714244 -73.950664
  • (Btwn Lorimer St & Union Ave)
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  • (718) 384-8008
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User Ratings (Based on 21 reviews)

3.325
Food 3.5 Value 3.2
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 384-8008
Website:
www.mnoodleshop.com
Place Order:
Order From M Noodle Shop for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Delivery Hours Daily: 12pm-2am
Hours:
Mon: 12pm-2am Tue-Sun: 12pm-6am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by nu uh on 05/17/2010

    overpriced and inconsistent

    I think anyone who gave this place a good review must have been drunk. I didnt mind paying 5 times what a noodle shop in manhattan would charge; I didn't mind waiting over 45 minutes for delivery. What I did mind was receiving a container of noodles that were so over cooked I couldn't even pick them up without them falling apart and a flavorless broth with exactly ONE vegetable and TWO bites of meat floating around in it; My sesame pancake sandwich was pretty soggy too. that could probably be fixed with vented delivery containers though.

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2010

    Ok if you only want noodles

    Seriously. This place will only give you noodles in your dish. Don't expect meat or greens. Personally I don't think it's worth it.

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by LillyFelice on 02/09/2010

    They're Pan-Fried Noodles!!

    This is a response to a recent review about the pan fried noodles and a defense of M Noodle. Pan-fried noodles are always crunchy. Order them anywhere. Yes, you are supposed to pour the other stuff over them, creating a wonderful texture combination of crunchy bits and soft bits. If you just ordered something you didn't understand, don't blame the restaurant. That is what the dish is supposed to be. They were not uncooked. I get this dish almost weekly. M Noodle is a quality stand-by. Great steamed pork buns, great soups. I think I'll get some double-pan fried noodles right now!

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by Nash on 01/30/2010

    good but greasy

    This place is good, but greasy. I mean the food is literally shimmering and your lips stay greasy for 30 minutes after. I ordered tonight and it came really quickly. So take it or leave I guess.

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by Jon Reiss on 01/29/2010

    I've gotta do it

    This place is in fact, amazing, addicting etc. The double pan fried noodles are meant to be partially hard, it's how they are made. They are not uncooked.

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by Paul Ramon on 01/18/2010

    A noodle place that doesn't actually cook the noodles.

    Would you think that if you ordered a noodle dish at a "noodle shop" that the noodles would be cooked, and not put in the container completely raw, apparently on the assumption that the heat of the other ingredients on top would cook them in the time it took to deliver it? Yeah, me too. I opened the container and the noodles were RAW. I'm not exaggerating, they weren't undercooked - they had never touched hot water. I had the soup one time before that, and it was edible, which is why the rating is not zero. Soup was bland as anything, but hey, at least they cooked the noodles. The neighborhood could use a place like this, except not insulting.

  • M Noodle Shop

    Posted by anonymous on 12/20/2009

    Addicting

    I am completely addicted to this place. No joke, I think that they might put crack in their food. About time someone takes noodles seriously. My recommendation, sliced pork belly soup...thank you lord.

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