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Posted by Raj on 08/02/2011
Great food, great value for money. Delivered my food in 15 minutes even though I live 20 blocks away. Reasonably priced as well. Glad I found this place.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/14/2011
Great value, great portions and fast delivery. Ga Satay and chicken summer rolls are fantastic. Enjoy!!
Posted by ilovetakeout on 02/28/2011
sate, dumplings, spring rolls delicious, reasonable delivery will order again, never been there
Posted by UESider on 08/31/2010
I agree with the other reviewers. Their Lunch menu is the best. I usually order two so I have leftovers for dinner the next day. The stir fry dishes all kinda taste the same but their BUN is delish! On hot summer days I love to order this dish because its like an asian salad. Doesn't make you hot and is a really healthy meal.
Posted by notzagat on 12/31/2009
I ordered tamarind duck and the fried (beyond recognition) "boneless" meat I got were fat slabs, melted bones, and a hint of meat for $15.95. The sauce was sweet and sour sauce; no attempt at tamarind. The tom soup for $4 was good. 4 skewers of beef sate were rare and good. ($5.95). Chicken pad thai was OK, decent portion with varied ingredients ($9.50). Beef com chien was also OK ($6.95). Curry rau chi ($8.75) was tasty and ample. All portions were fairly large. Service was very good; atmosphere was simple. But a tragically prepared duck ruined my meal.
Posted by Nikki Glaser on 11/24/2009
After a week of trying 5 different highly-reviewed Vietnamese restaurants from menupages, my favorite was Spice Noodle. First off, you can't beat their lunch special. A ton of food, plus your choice of a spring roll or soda. Fast and friendly service. I recommend shrimp skewer appetizer, seafood salad, curry, and bun. But stay away from the basil chicken... not enough flavor- although i did get it with tofu, so that could be why.
Posted by Gerry Visco on 09/15/2009
There are few restaurants in the east 90s that deliver after 10 PM so I called Spice Noodle only because Chinese Merch (which I adore) was closed on Monday and nothing Asian (other than expensive sushi) was open. I ate the food but with no real relish. I'm on a vegetarian jag this week (though I like meat, just not from cheap restaurants). I ordered the vegetarian curry. I liked the way they fried the tofu but the curry sauce was heavy and not too tasty. The vegetables were soggy and overcooked. The spring roll was so so and they put the sauce with the salad so I didn't notice it until after I had already ate the rolls dry. Ugh! . I will certainly not order from Spice Noodle again, though I will say they answered the phone efficiently and were quick to get here. So if you need food and don't want to go out to get it, and you're in the desert of the East 90s, well, it could be worse.