Noodles & Company Now Open

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Quick note: Noodles & Company is open on 32nd Ave. in Grand Forks.

The joint offers “noodles, salads and sandwiches from around the world” and takes the place of Grizzly’s, which I’ve previously noted and talked a bit about the menu.

Check it out. I’m a fan.

6 thoughts on “Noodles & Company Now Open

  1. I went there tonight! Some of the BEST Pad Thai in GF (dare I say it can give Drunken Noodle a run for its money?) and despite it being semi-busy and the employees seeming minorly overwhelmed, my friend and I received stellar customer service!

      • Man, you asked the right person. We uslluay made this all the times for any occasions. Especially my sister sister’s inlaw or my cousins. Here it is: Egg roll wrapper from the asian store. Buy the small round or square shape ones. Indgredients: *Glass noodles (thin strands of noodles made of either rice and flour or another kind made of mung beans) they come in small packs and bundle up into a big pack consist of 5 or 6 small ones.*meat (ground pork, chicken, or beef) whatever you prefer*sweet onions, depending on how much you make(yellow preferrably)*green scallions or cilantro (a bunch)*black pepper*soy sauce*garlic*salt for your tasteMethod: Soak the glass noodles in hot water for half an hour, drain and cut the noodles with scissor to make them manageable/short. Add all the ingredients together and let it sit about 15/20 minutes to blend the flavor. Scoop a Tbsp of the mixture and put it on the edge of the wrapper and wrap it up. Heat up your oil until hot and fry them up. Before you start wrapping a bunch up, test a couple first to make sure the seasoning is just right, if so go ahead and make more. Ooh, that’s not all there is to it, the way we eat it is with the sweet and hot sauce. If you can make that with it, you won’t go back to eating the regular egg roll. MM,MMM.

    • I’m not sure why you would hesitate to say it if it’s the truth. We’ve eaten at Drunken Noodle several times, and were very disappointed each and every time. The last time was for the so-called Sunday dim sum brunch, which seemed like they must’ve gotten a good buy on Sysco shrimp products, because everything was shrimp and obviously from frozen (flavorless and freezer burned). We welcome Noodles and Co. And their corporate oversight!

    • That it is better than Drunken Noodle does not say much: food at Drunken Noodle is hit or miss. However, it does mean that N and Co is worth giving a shot.

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