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Review- 777 Noodle House


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Review- 777 Noodle House

Dagney | Mar 14, 2010 12:13 AM

This is a new place located at 4686 University Avenue. They are open from 8 am to 9 pm. The interior of the space is completely overhauled. There is parking in the back.

I walked in this morning around 0930. I was greeted immediately in a friendly and efficient manner by the proprietor. I asked him if I could order something to go. "Yes, of course," he replied as he handed me a menu and offered me a chair. The restaurant was clean and tidy.

I ordered the Thai style Spicy Beef Noodles. My order took the appropriate amount of time to cook, so I knew they did not have a cheapy steam table set up hidden in the back.

My noodles were tasty! Copious amounts of savory freshly sauteed basil were off-set by sweet red and green bell pepper, with just enough kick, but not so much that I could not enjoy the flavors of the dish. The beef was tender and lean. The noodles were cooked well, not to al denteThe dish was cooked in a tad more oil than I prefer, but the flavors were so rich that I forgave the extra oil. My noodles cost $6.95.

777 has a few items I have never tried, such as fried yams and leek cakes. The prices are reasonable and the parking is plentiful (for City Heights parking standards).

There is a Chinese fast food place next door, which serves Chinese food, AND Louisiana Style Fried Chicken.

All in all, a positive experience and I will return.

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