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Noodle Kitchen and Sushi

945 West Broadway

Doors, bar open 4:30pm; sushi and kitchen open 5pm; happy hour (at bar only) 4:30pm-6pm

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In a place like Wyoming, you wouldn't expect to find sushi, right? Think again! Noodle Kitchen is a great family friendly spot with atmosphere, good sushi, and a cozy vibe. 

A part of the Blue Collar restaurant group, Noodle Sushi is right below American food favorite, Sidewinders, and it right off of Broadway in Jackson. Noodle Kitchen is only open for dinner, so we recomend making reservations to ensure that you will get a spot! You can call or make your reservation online using resy. 

The kids menu is delicious and has simple, asian inspired favorites that kids will definitely enjoy. Choose from a noodle bowl, fried rice, borth and noodles, pot stickers, teriyaki bowls, and steamed veggies. Kids can also explore different drinks like Japanese soda, grapefruit soda, strawberry mule, or the refreshing Teton spring. 

The main menu has delicious offerings across the board. My personal favorites are all on the appetizer side! The firecracker shrimp are delicious and a great sharable option. The crispy brussels sprouts are great and so is the thai calamari. The sushi menu has your typical offerings as well as some specialty rolls, and several chef's choice options. This restaurant is a good option for any family that have differing tastes. Noodle Kitchen is definitely Asian inspired, but they also have non-sushi options. They even have a specialty burger! 

Save room for dessert! They offer a skillet brownie, cheesebacke, mochi gourmet bonbons, or green tea or vanilla ice cream. For the adults, Noodle has some unique and delicious cocktails! They also offer various draft and local beers, wines, and more. 

 

 

 

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