The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to hook it with a gigantic noodle lasso. Test your throwin' arm with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of casual pan-Asian fare at Noodle. This Groupon is valid for dine-in or carryout only at your choice of Midtown or Decatur locations.
Owned and operated by siblings, Noodle serves up pan-Asian cuisine aside fun cocktails and sleek décor. A veritable cross-continental culinary campaign, the menu blends flavors of Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand, but eschews that oft-ignored middle child of Eurasia, Stupidistand. Commence your journey with the rolls and dumplings sampler, a mini smorgasbord of curry rolls, shrimp-basil rolls, and spring rolls plus veggie or pork dumplings ($12). For the main course, sink incisors into entrees such as tender chicken (or tofu), bathed in a coconut green curry sauce with potatoes, avocado, cashews, and rice ($11), or classic Thai peanut noodles with shrimp ($10). A steaming bowl of Pho Nam soup brims with thin beef and meatballs, rice noodles, onion, and Thai basil with a side of bean sprouts, cilantro, lime, and jalapeños for dressing ($8–$9). Ample portions ensure that you have leftovers to take home to feed the marmot militia that trains in your basement.
The two branches of Noodle valid with today's deal are as unique as the siblings who operate them. The Midtown location features a sensual, modern vibe with fiber optic chandeliers and bold red and black artwork. In Decatur, patrons enjoy clean, tranquil décor centering on blond woods and a fresh green color palette. Menus vary slightly by location, so check out your destination of choice to plan an itinerary to noshable nirvana.
Not valid at College Park location.
Zagat rated the food and service at Noodle as “good to very good.” Citysearchers award the Midtown location an average of 4.5 stars, and Yelpers give it an average of 3.5 stars. Eighty-one percent of 115 reviewers recommend the Midtown location, and 75% recommend the Decatur location:
- Everything I've had here has been delicious. The portions are generous, especially for the low prices. Try the fried rice; the edamame in it adds a great texture. – Btatedash, Midtown location, Citysearch