Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Written by on August 12, 2015 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(gourmetnoodlebowlseattle.com) – International District, Seattle, Washington

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

How I heard of this place: A good friend’s birthday, her pregnancy cravings and a celebration invitation made this our our first visit to one of Seattle’s hot pot establishments.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Type of cuisine: It seems that most come to Gourmet Noodle Bowl for the Hot Pot selections (at least on this particular night),

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

however an extensive menu including Chinese and Taiwanese foods aplenty is also available to boggle the mind and tastebuds.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Ambiance: Relatively small, the modern signage and doorway from the outside make one feel as though they are entering a trendy, hipster restaurant.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Inside, one is pleased to find the traditional International District crowded simplicity of a Chinese restaurant.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Chairs backing into each other from one round table to the next, the tiny space exudes family style with the cramped quarters and smiling faces.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

What I ordered: Family style dining throughout the meal included two hot pots, one curried (which was the table favorite!),

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

We had several Thai iced teas ($2.50 each), 

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

To start, we enjoyed several orders of the Crispy Chicken with Salted Pepper ($8.50 per order) or Pop Corn Chicken,

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Our hot pot meal came with plenty of (refillable) meats!

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

So, we had a feast within a feast as we enjoyed each course.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Our group also selected dumplings,

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

ribs,

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chicken curry,

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and noodles with vegetables and tofu.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

What I loved: The curried items, crispy “pop corn” chicken and fried basil, the noodles with vegetables. Both curries made our appetites insatiable and were easily devoured by everyone! The ribs, surprisingly (to me) were full of flavor, tender and truly finger-lickin’ good.

Gourmet Noodle Bowl

Why I loved it: An extensive menu with something for each flavor profile. A great place to share a family meal with a small group of friends.

Cost: Average ($8.50 – $19.95 per person/entrée) 

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