Eating while riding horseback was pioneered by the efficient Mongols, who also adjusted to reading, receiving haircuts, and filling out their taxes atop their four-legged mobiles. Enjoy the convenience of chairs and tables with today’s Groupon: for $8 you get $16 worth of international fare and drink at Lotsa Noodles in Quai Springs Center.
A locally owned doughy emporium, Lotsa Noodles boasts a menu filled with Italian, Asian, and American noodle and noodle-less dishes. Begin a meal with a cucumber medley, a moderately spicy appetizer with a collective kick of marinated cucumbers, sliced tomatoes, and onions ($2.99). The American shrimp scampi heaps delicate strands of angel hair pasta into a lavish bath of wine and garlic buttery sauce and topped with sautéed shrimp and fresh parsley ($10.49). Spicy pad thai furnishes a bowl of rice noodles with a bed of sautéed sprouts, peanuts, eggs, scallions, and a piquant pad thai sauce ($6.99). Making for a scrumptious morsel but messy neck accessory, the Italian bowtie pesto stylishly coordinates sautéed mushrooms and tomatoes with a top hat of creamy basil sauce and parmesan cheese ($7.49). For non-noodle cravings, specialty sandwiches, such as the Lotsa meatball ($6.99), and leafy salads including a spinach cranberry mélange ($5.99 for full), balance out the contentious rivalry between tubular and planar foodstuffs.
Lotsa Noodles' Paulo Paes has a simple mission: to serve fresh and nutritious food with speed. He corrals recipes from across the globe for his diverse menu of pasta dishes, rice specialties, and sandwiches, which are made to order, covered in housemade sauces, and filled with fresh ingredients. Soups such as creamy tomato basil and veggie-laden pot sticker take the edge off hunger, helping diners pace themselves when it comes time to share slices of the mac 'n' cheese pizza.
Northwest Oklahoma City
2410 W Memorial Rd.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134Get Directions