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Drunken Noodle & Slurp
Pad Thai, noodles, mac & cheese, Ramen and many more…
The Drunken Noodle is the name of our signature Thai dish: wide-rice noodles, pan-fried with a caramel-like oyster sauce, fresh bell peppers, THai basil and chillies, with shrimp, chicken, pork, beef, tofu or nothing at all. Resistance is useless.
These dishes are all prepared with fresh butter, cream and cheese to delight your taste buds. Our meats are all roasted and cut in our kitchen to obtain taste that we think you will find special. Dishes range from classic Mac and Cheese to Asian dishes such as Pad Thai.
Slurp Ramen is colocated with Drunken Noodle and offers three varieties of ramen, three other noodle soups and four appetizers on the menu. Ramen, a Japanese soup made with wheat noodles and served in a meat-based or fish-based broth, has become a trendy cuisine in recent years in other cities across the country.
The name Slurp might seems gross because slurping is generally considered rude or inappropriate behavior at the table. But slurping noodles in Japan is actually encouraged as a way to signify to cooks that the diner enjoys the meal.
We don’t mind if customers slurp their way through a meal at our restaurant. In fact, we encourage the customers to do it.