Welcome to MenuPages - Please Select a city:

Noodle Bar (CLOSED)

  • $$$
    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
    $$$$$Greater than $25
    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Asian Fusion, Noodle Shops
  • 172 Orchard St, New York NY10002 40.721478 -73.98822
  • (At Stanton St)
  • click map to interact
  • (212) 228-9833
  • 0

User Ratings (Based on 19 reviews)

4.265
Food 4.3 Value 4.4
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 228-9833
Website:
www.noodlebarnyc.com
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-11:30pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-1am Sun: 11:30am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by Edward on 03/26/2011

    Yum

    Love this place! Always fast with their delivery and the food is great. They actually had the delivery person ask me how thir service was and if I had any suggestions on how to make it better. Keep it up!

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by New York City Girl on 03/10/2011

    One of the most consistent in the area

    I live around the corner, so i'm always looking for places outside of the area to eat, but noodle bar is great and I can get delivery. In the summer it's nice to sit outside and during the day gets nice sun. I don't eat meat but do eat fish. They are very accomodating and still tastes delicious. Any of the broths can be changed to vegetable or fish base if you want noodle soup. I always get the singapore noodles and it's so addictive. I also love the coconut shrimp with noodles. It's a good "asian" fix that doesn't make you feel gross after. Definitely high quality ingredients and super clean. The iced vietnamese coffee is delicious as well as Thai iced tea. I'd say they always say delivery could be 30 minutes, but it has never been more than 10 for me. I give service a 5 because they are very accommodating.

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by Alena on 02/02/2011

    Great delivery/service/solid food

    Hey, ya know what? This place is great for solid, good food in the hood. They don't have alcohol. They don't have creative food. But who cares? That's not what you're here for. They have 1st world recognizable meats, descriptive menus, and... sodas. No, no alcohol. But I think you'll survive. I always get the Lo Mein with Shrimp. It's, well, American. But delicious. The dumplings are standard, but the black vinegar dip is addictive. Delivery is within the norm. not fast, not slow. Give it a good 45 minutes. The in-store service is friendly and fast. Not pushy. All in all? I give it four out of five, for what it is: not crazy-inventive, but delicious, potential hangover food, if they delivered early enough. Great Americanized noodle fare. Fast-ish, with English-speaking delivery-takers. Yum. A standard.

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by Keith on 12/01/2010

    Never again

    Ever get delivery from a restaurant when you are really hungry? Usually, it just has to be OK to be great. This place fails in the food arena. The calamari salad was just stupid, un-inventive and plain horrible in every way. How do you mess up roti? These guys do. Out of 5 dishes, they were all disappointing. Delivery was pretty slow too. Never, ever again.

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by Marty Krutolow on 08/24/2010

    Noodle Bar Vegan Sandwich

    Wandering around the Lower East Side I found nothing that struck my palate until I saw the menu of the Noodle Bar, serendipitously, as I walked by collecting menus and taking a pondering life walking stroll. Sau Bien (Pressed Sandwiches) Wanchai Veggie / crispy tempeh, spicy eggplant, balsamic portobello, sriracha aioli 6.5 Now this looked interesting and different. I asked if it was vegan and trading the aioli, (a mayo based spread) for just a squirt or two from the Sriracha bottle, (one on every table along with napkins and chop sticks and soy sauce), was the first step. I wasn't worried about losing the fat and keeping the flavor. Next was the bread. I was told it was white bread but didn't think that white bread was necessarily made with eggs or milk. Well, I don't make it that way. It turned out to be a ciabatta so I was sort of thinking it was a wheat/yeast bread and I was pretty safe. The sandwich was surprisingly delicious. The caperberries started out with a briny hit but that was just a first bite garnish. The crispy fresh and toasted, (in oil), bread had a great crunch and the middle of the sandwich had a great savory, spicy, complex flavor. The orange just below the top layer of bread is the tempeh. It was very crunchy and I'm guessing very sauteed or fried. Below that is a combination of eggplant and portobello, both cooked ...

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by Adam K. on 11/25/2009

    so good and so quick!

    I love coming here because the food is very good, it is reasonably priced, and the service is fast and very friendly. My favorite dish is the cold peanut noodles. So good!

  • Noodle Bar

    Posted by I love to Eat on 01/11/2009

    Fresh

    Good variety of dishes, fresh tasting. Good a cold day. Overall would describe this food as good. Worth going especially if you live in the area. Just remember BOYB and cash only.

Advertising
3,000+ menus from the world's most diverse neighborhood.
© 2002-2014 Slick City Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. MenuPages® is a trademark of Slick City Media, Inc. Disclaimer