noodle village

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#6158 of 56022 places to eat in New York City
Open now 10:30 - 23:00
Chinese, Noodles, Asian, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: up to $10
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13 Mott St
New York City, New York, USA
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Not only should Kimlau Square be visited, but also noodle village. You will be provided Chinese cuisine at this restaurant. Cooks at noodle village do their best to provide visitors with mouthwatering Brisket noodles, Clay pot rice and congee. Try tasty pancakes, rice cakes and doughnuts. As many reviewers remark, wine is really good. Great milk tea, juice or americano will make your meal even more delicious and you'll certainly come back.

This place provides food delivery for the convenience of its clients. The nice waitstaff demonstrates a high level of hospitality at this spot. Here you will pay adequate prices. There is a homey atmosphere and fine decor at this restaurant. Noodle village has got 4 on the TripAdvisor site.

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In desperate need of a warm hug on a gloomy Monday, we decided to try out Noodle Village on Postmates. We ordered the shrimp wonton soup and soup dumplings. Both dishes were cheap, prepared quickly, and most importantly, DELIGHTFUL! The shrimp wonton soup was full of flavor and generous for the price. While we slightly favor the soup dumplings at Shanghai 21, the soup dumplings from Noodle Village were very tasty and satisfying. Will definitely be ordering from/eating here again.
I have been there twice, and I love the place! So much variety of good Chinese food, and the price is cheap. Last time we ordered beef tendon over rice, soup dumplings, and pig intestine congee; and they were amazing. I would love to go back there quite often. If you crave for good authentic cheap Chinese food, then I highly recommend this restaurant to you. I grew up eating pig intestine put into my porridge (aka congee), and soup dumplings. Therefore my standards are lit. Lol. Why do you need to Ding Tai Fung for xiao long bao? They're served over here with cheaper price! Recommend any type of their congee. Seriously, they are that good! I would love to give them a solid 5 stars, but last time we ate on Sundays, and they kinda gave us an attitude that whenever I finish your food, I should leave the store soon. They were not aggressively telling you that to your face, but you can hear that in their conversation with the customers who are still waiting for tables. It's absolutely not rude, but a little, ya know. My friend told me it's part of their culture. So I understood.
I've came here for lunch once with a friend last year. The restaurant isn't that spacious, but good for a small group meal. The service is fair, but some of the servers can be a little rude. My friend and I tried the following: Steam Rice Roll with Hoisin Sauce - the steam rice roll was on par with some of the ones I've tried before in different restaurants before. I like that this restaurant adds extra sauce. Clay Pot Rice with Beef - it's been a while since I had a clay pot rice so my friend and I ordered it. It wasn't really what I expected because the beef was cut super big. I was expecting it to be cut in a little chunks. I like that this restaurant offers an array of menu items you could find at other Chinese/Asian restaurant in Chinatown. The restaurant is also cash only. The experience here was okay, nothing too exciting. Food is average, but not a place that wow'ed me.
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Address
13 Mott St, New York City, New York, USA
Features
Delivery Takeaway Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking No Wi-Fi Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:30-23:00
MondayMon 10:30-23:00
TuesdayTue 10:30-23:00
WednesdayWed 10:30-23:00
ThursdayThu 10:30-23:00
FridayFri 10:30-23:00
SaturdaySat 09:30-23:00

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