Noodles and BYOB at Noodle and Rice Cafe

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img_1835Walking down Mills 50, I can already taste the warm broth of the Hong Kong Noodle Soup.

Tucked away behind heavily tinted windows lies the Noodle and Rice Cafe. A sanctuary of mine for ramen and my beloved cheese rangoon.

I have always been an adventurous eater, but once I find a dish that I like it is usually hard for me to switch it up. At the Noodle and Rice Cafe, my go-to dish is the Hong Kong Style Noodle Soup with BBQ pork and wontons with the Cheese Rangoon to start.

The Cheese Rangoon is crispy and delightful, with a citrus dipping sauce that had me eating it straight as a side dish. As for the soup, it is made up of a mega ton of food. Pilled high with ingredients, on a good day it is hard for me to make a dent in the meal (meaning there are always leftovers). The BBQ pork is tender and succulent, and they don’t scrimp on the noodles.

There are many more options to try on the menu, such as their famous hot pot and their ramen.

Oh, and did I mention it is BYOB? Just make sure to bring one for the chef.

Noodles and Rice Cafe

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Self-serve ingredient bar (I just made up a fancy name for it)
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Cheese Rangoon

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Author: elementsofhill

Feminist, coffee enthusiast, writer.

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