Dining out means not having to look up dinner recipes at work, allowing you to get back to what you're there to do: defend your edits of the Event Horizon Wikipedia page. Explore the outer reaches of dining with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Japanese food for two or more
- $29 for $60 worth of Japanese food for four or more
The menu includes a Japanese barbecue-pork udon-noodle bowl ($9.50), chicken teriyaki ($11.95), fried snapper katsu with assorted tempura ($15.95), and a Scottie sushi roll with fried smoked salmon, cream cheese, and spicy tuna ($8.50).
At Oolong Noodles, house-made udon is served one of two ways: as an entree with slow-cooked meats such as brisket or pork belly or as a soup with ingredients such as spicy kimchee or grilled beef tongue. But udon only makes up half of the noodle shop's menu. The other half is dedicated to sushi, including nigiri, maki, sashimi, and specialty rolls such as the Caterpillar Roll, which has avocado and barbecue eel from the ocean's many smokehouses.
84% of 524 customers recommend
“Lovely and beautifully prepared food that's incredibly delicious at a very reasonable price.”
“All noodles are made on premise. The Chinese noodles are ramen and the Japanese noodles are udon. We tried both and both were good. The gyoza was so delicious that...”
“All noodles are made on premise. The Chinese noodles are ramen and the Japanese noodles are udon. We tried both and both were good. The gyoza was so delicious that we had two orders. Sushi was reasonable - it was good but had a Chinese/Taiwan slant to it.”
“Good food and reasonably priced. Good lunch place.”