Portland >Noodles Restaurant
Noodles is absolutely wonderful! When we can't decide what to eat, we always end up at Noodles. They are consistently good and everything I have tried (which is a lot!) has been not only just good, but outstanding. Everything is priced under $10, which is unbelievable for how amazing it is! They are quick as well! I would absolutely recommend Noodles! They also offer gluten free and whole wheat pasta for $0.50 extra, though I have never tried.
We have been eating here for years..consistently wonderful food. Tonight, out of curiosity, I asked one of the owners how long they had been in business. 17 years!!! If a mom & pop restaurant can last that long, that is saying something. We highly recommend Noodles!
Really Good Value.
Just stopped here for lunch with two friends, and was very pleasantly surprised with the quality & quantity of the food. Two of us had Fettuccine Alfredo and is was plentiful and creamy.
I will be going back !!!
It was really yummy!.
I live near the restaurant so I thought I'd look on here for reviews and found pleasant ones, so I had to try it... I found out that "Noodles" rocks! For Italian food it doesn't cost that much, for example, the Chicken Fettucini Alfredo cost $7.25, Beef Stroganoff costs $8.50, Garlic Shrimp Fettucini costs $8.95, Spaghetti Marinara costs $5.50, salads are from $3.25 to $6.75, and desserts are $3.25.
I ended up getting the Chicken Alfredo and one of the desserts... Usually I never risk getting the Alfredo because every place I get it, it's bland and plain tasting, but this one actually was great. The dessert was even better! The guy that served me was really nice and helpful (I asked a lot of questions...). the place is very plain looking, but it's clean and overall not that bad looking.
It was a nice little surprise and I can't wait to try out the other dishes :)
If I were rich, and had a plane, I'd fly to Portland just to eat here. No kidding!. My headline pretty much sums it up. What this place did not spend on fancy decor, they spend on pure quality of food. I've been in expensive fancy Italian restaurants, and this reasonably-priced, modest-looking place bests them all, hands-down for fantastic quality of cooking. And the DESSERTS! You know that (ahem) certain famous restaurant scene in "When Harry Met Sally"? Well, that's what came to mind when I first bit into their Creme Brulee Pie! Except I wouldn't have to fake it! Fortunately I kept quiet, but my friend was still laughing at the look on my face as I made that fantastic dessert last as long as I could. Nobody does it better. Wow. Good work, you guys.
Fantastic Italian food!.
I LOVE this place!! Cheap, excellent, with huge portions. A $7 pasta dish is easily two meals, especially with the garlic/cheese French bread for $1.50. They have beer, wine, bottled rootbeer, and a lot of dessert choices.
I bring people here because the food is made to order and is perfect every time. The service is excellent and they are very friendly to take out customers!
It is worth the drive from wherever you are. Yum!
After searching CitySearch for an inexpensive, take-out, westside Italian spot, I learned that Noodles is NOT the chinese dive I thought it was...it appears I wasn't the only one with this assumption. I found that the food really was great and that the service was even better. The braisen meat on rotelli was worth getting again and the cheese bread was delicious, although I would recommend eating it their (I took it home and didn't eat it for about 30mins after I got it!!). The staff was really helpful and polite. One guy went and got me a menu while I waited in line and then another employee brought my food out to my car! Noodles offers low prices and big quantities...great for leftovers!
There are plenty of restaurants with better atmosphere but if you are looking for great Italian to go...Noodles is your place. I'll be back. Oh yah, they did say that they are in the process of building a website.
Popular neighborhood noshery draws regulars with primo pastas and a relaxed setting..
This pleasant little nook of a structure is merely a blip on a strip mall-lined highway. Walk in, and a blackboard menu immediately beckons with an enticing array of noodle concotions and salads. A walk-up counter and a G-shaped table arrangement make for a simple setup. Dishes are light, simple, generously portioned and inexpensive. Standouts include the vibrantly flavored and textured Chinese grilled chicken salad and fresh seafood linguini Provencal.
Worth a visit!. I don't think I would have ever tried this place if someone hadn't highly recommended to me. But, then I suppose you can't always judge a book by its cover... As mentioned, it is located along busy Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy and judging from the exterior you might think it is a Chinese Take-Out. Au contraire. Noodles offers wonderful Italian pasta dishes that are consistently excellent. I love their house salad with vinegarette and their cheesy garlic bread - if eaten on the spot while piping hot, it's amazing. Their portions are very generous and my husband and I ususally share an entree. Their desserts are all made in-house and are excellent! In fact, I've ordered a friend's birthday cake from there - Chocolate cake filled with espresso mousse. My only complaint is that they don't always have it on the menu!
Delicious and reliable. It seems I eat here at least once a week. It is the most consistant wallet-friendly Italian in Portland. Once you've found your favorite dish it's hard to explore the menu, but I always go with the cracked pepper and smoked turkey, or the seafood fettucini that has an abundance of seafood(scallops, salmon, shrimp) and a tasty sauce. The cheesy garlic bread is one of a kind and a must.
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