This "swift-serve" restaurant has offered crowd-pleasing, comforting carbs from around the world since 1995.. In Short With hard-surfaced walls, ceilings and floors and a steady stream of diners, the noise level can get high but it still has a family-friendly feel and a few options for kids. The menu is dedicated to all-things-pasta featuring Japanese pan noodles, pesto linguine and spicy peanut salad. Patrons can order at the counter for take out or have their noodles served to them in a white porcelain bowl.
Good and cheap food; tons of kids.
We've been eating at this Noodles ever since it opened. We like the food, it's cheap, and the menu is flexible enough to offer lots of choices for all food preferences. The atmosphere is nicer than the other two Noodles in Boulder, and we used to eat here often. The problem: the more popular it got, the more busy parents started bringing their kids here. Weekday dinners often feature a full menu of screaming kids, with food and napkins strewn all over the floor - not a place to sit and relax over dinner. It's not the restaurant's fault, but we wish that parents would be a little more considerate when they decide to eat out.