I don't know if this specific question has been tackled, but I hoped someone might be able to shed light on this one. What do we suppose these clear noodles (or silver pin noodles, or whatever) are made out of? My wife is gluten intolerant, but I'm quite sure would absolutely love these wormy little delights. I tried to ask when I was there on Saturday but, as has been well reported, "service" is just not a high priority there. The answer to the question was "I don't know," and that was about that.
Meanwhile, after arriving at 11:30 or so Saturday morning (and I know that's totally the wrong time to go), I would have to say that they're going to go out of business if they can't start turning tables over faster. We were 2nd in line...and remained 2nd in line for 45 minutes. Ended up sitting after an hour...considering how little they charge, and how slowly things happen there (oh, and the food was, almost unfortunately, awesome), I worry that they won't be able to survive.