I was in downtown Albuquerque and ready to eat at the first restaurant I came across just to escape the blustery winds. Asian Noodle Bar has such a modest exterior that I had often passed it without considering stopping in for a meal. On this chilly November day, however, I needed little convincing. The restaurant itself is cozy and spotless, with warm-toned furniture and an open kitchen. I ordered the Japanese Udon noodle soup and an order of spring rolls to go. As inviting as the restaurant was, I really wanted to savor my meal in front of the evening news on my comfy sofa.
Monday, January 30th, at Brian Trieu has soup for you — lots of it. That means they serve pho and ramen, but also bowls full of Taiwanese beef noodle soup, wonton noodle soup and more. Trieu is one of nine children in a family that made its way to Roswell, N. While he has a background in technology, several of his siblings are restaurateurs, and he has spent several years working alongside his brothers in their various southern New Mexico and Albuquerque metro eateries. The Asian-themed Nanami Noodle House serves up a number of broth-based concoctions.
Thai Bamboo, Clovis, NM Take the family to a family-style dinner complete with 10 different meal choices. Noodle soups, plus Chinese specialties like lo mein are great comfort foods. China Chef, Edgewood, NM Noodles play an essential role in Chinese cooking, so much so that there is a wide variety of shapes, widths, and ingredients.
See my review of Noodle King on Urbanspoon. For this visit, I had prepared myself with an extensive Google search for Singapore Noodles Albuquerque. Vermicelli noodles, carrots, potatoes in coconut red curry broth. Mimy, the delightful young Laos-born owner, came to the table sensing my hesitation, and we talked about the differences between her Singapore Curry and my stir-fried Grail.