417 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Asian Eatery serving a diversity of Asian cusines. Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Malaysian, etc....
Phone: (212) 683-7088
Phone: (212) 689-3065
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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03/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I live in Westchester, so going into the city for dinner is always a treat. I love the dumplings at Noodles on 28th. It's a bit small inside the restaurant itself, but I guess that is the norm for the city. Great atmosphere, great staff, and great food at a reasonable price. I highly recommend it.
01/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Don't expect spectacular but it's fresh, well prepared and the best in the neighborhood.
The ribs are great and the egg rolls are above average. It's pretty authentic but cooks have changes over the years as well as the location. The owners are the same and it you bring up a concern they have been
03/31/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Chinese food at a good price. The soups are usually really good (though the chicken is a bit bland), as Noodles are the specialty. Everything else is still quite good.
I reccommend the curry if you're not into a soup dish.
You're not going to really take it to the top with lunch here, but it's still a great little spot!
Good for just a couple people or lots, you'll still be seated in < 5 mins even if you come at the height of lunch.
Have fun and watch who they offer chopsticks to first if you come in a mixed race party.
08/13/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I visited the new Noodles on 28th that just opened on 29th street and 3rd avenue (a block up from the one listed). The restaurant appears clean and the food was fine until my dining partner discovered pieces of chicken about half way through her vegetarian dish. We complained about this and the waiter simply nodded her head and walked away. We asked for the check and noticed that we had been charged for the dish despite the error. I spoke to the manager who said all she could do was make us another serving to go. I'm definitely not going back for this overpriced chinese food.
08/05/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Noodles on 28 supposedly serves the best Chinese outside of Chinatown, but it's one of the worst places EVER. I've attempted to give this place ""chance after chance"" to only be consistently disappointed.
Though portions are large, the food ranges from mediocre to absolutely poor. Our First encounter we figured it was an off day for the chef and decided to give them another chance. This time, we asked specifically if they knew how to prepare Mapo Tofu, they stated yes, but when the dish arrived, it was just bland tofu, the dish was prepared completely wrong, but since it was edible, we let it slide. The next attempt was with Singapore noodles. I've heard of al-dente noodles, but this was beyond that!! They gave us an enormous order of dry, hard noodles. It was just inedible.
Save you money and your stomach and go ANYWHERE else.
05/18/2005Provided by Citysearch -
It's shocking how rude their waitresses are! They sat next to our table while we were dining, sorting some vegetables and talking to each other loudly. They even talked loudly about how some customers tip them more than others, which made us extremely uncomfortable.
The food is average, the place is often crowded and noisy, there isn't any separation between the kitchen and dining areas. Staff walk in and out of the kitchen area right in front of your table with dirty water buckets all the time. One of the water glasses on our table looked dirty.
I would not recommend this place to anybody.