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SGV Restaurants: Noodle Planet/World/City

mist1105 | Apr 1, 2007 11:09 PM

Hi, I'm new to the community and being an avid food eater for the past 18 years of my life, I figure I should post up some of my opinions on the restaurants I've eaten at. x) Living in the SGV area, there are plenty of choices for me to choose from, but among the many restaurants there are, there are just some that stands out. Noodle Planet/World/City being one of the few. I've been going there since my freshmen year of high school, and being a freshmen in high school, I am on a very small budget. But Noodle Planet/World/City accomodates and satisfies both my hunger and wallet. Portions are fairly large and one plate is enough to feed two people. My friends and I tend to frequent there often and like many Asian restaurants, the service may not be one like Cheesecake Factory of Pasadena, or any other American restaurant, but the food comes out in a timely manner, and you tend to leave the restaurant happier then when you come out. Out of the three restaurants, my favorite would have to be Noodle Planet. Would I suggest this as a MUST GO to restaurant, no. But for people who are on a tight budget and in need for something to quickly satisfy their craving, Noodle Planet would be the place to go. Located on Valley and Eight Street, where I am assuming is where Burger Boy used to be located at, since there is a huge statue of the old fella in the restaurant as well as posters of movies that are based on Outer Space, which is meant to suit the theme of "Noodle Planet". (Personally, I never liked the theme, but looking at the posters while you wait have kept me occupied enough to never actually realize how long i've been waiting for a table) :)

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