Noodles n co is pretty good. The ingredients are all fairly fresh, and the atmosphere is seemingly fitting, it is in an old historic building and it has much seating. Absolutely all of the noodle dishes are amazing. (meat ball sandwich is a meatball sandwich and that's that) however, it is very good. Try the Med salad, or the pesto cavatappi... no disappointment there. If the dish is made incorrectly, the staff will happily fix the problem. ( well maybe not as happy as a fish eating worms in a lake on a sunday morning but you know)
2422 Ranch Road 620 SAustin, TX 78738
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The restaurant was clean but at least 60% of the food was seafood. You have to understand that any buffet is going to be just okay. The surprising thing is they have a Mongolian BBQ area where they cook up fresh meats and vegis and the sauces of your choice. $10 is a little steep for a buffet. I probably won't go back.
Chinatown was recently named the top Chinese restaurant in Austin. Chinatown is pretty good Hunan cuisine, but I don't know that I would call it the best. I have only tried their lunch menu, so their dimsum menu might be better. You can get a little cup of wonton soup for a great price on a chilly day though.