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What You'll Get
To determine when a noodle is cooked, chefs recommend arranging it atop a bowling ball, then seeing if it resembles a human head enough to be asked out on a date. Get a noodle date with today's Groupon: for $8, you get $16 worth of Asian fare at The Noodle Bowl.
The Noodle Bowl's menu of Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, and Indonesian cuisine boasts appetizers, desserts, traditional soups, and its namesake fare, which symbolizes prosperity and good luck in crock-pot-recipe endeavors in many Asian cultures. Fresh veggies and meats peacefully slumber upon your choice of egg noodles, rice noodles, flat rice noodles, clear noodles, or steamed jasmine rice in customizable noodle dishes, garnished with broccoli, bean sprouts, and bok choy. Stir-fry style mixes eggs, shredded carrots, snow peas, onions, tomatoes, and cucumber with chicken ($8.95) or beef or shrimp ($9.95). Like tattoos and Social Security numbers, the spicy curry style allows for further individualization with a choice of green-, red-, prik khing–, or massaman-curry pastes, coconut milk, snow peas, carrots, onions, potatoes, and chicken ($9.25) or beef or shrimp ($10.25).
Unlike the laces on a velcro shoe, starchy strings are the stars, but The Noodle Bowl's supporting cast also shines, teeming with soups and vegetarian dishes. Orbs of beef, beef tendon, squid, and fish float in the Asian meatball soup ($8.95/small, $11.95/large), and the vegetable bowl is a forest of fried tofu, mixed vegetables, mushrooms, snow peas, and onions in teriyaki, sweet and spicy, or mushroom sauce ($7.95).
Supper Club and Connect Savannah both positively reviewed The Noodle Bowl. Seven Yelpers give the business a 3.5-star average, 91% of Urbanspooners like it, and three Google Mappers give it a 4.6-star average.
- I had a very satisfying bowl of egg noodles with braised beef, garnished with bean sprouts and bok choy. – Tim Rutherford, Connect Savannah
- This place had such a variety of menu options, it was really hard to choose! I ended up ordering Masaman curry, and they added vegetables I requested to make the dish completely unique! – Jessa Ford, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for lunch on weekdays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.