Everyday Noodles opens today

Written by Melissa McCart on

Everyday Noodles
at 5875 Forbes Ave., opens today for dinner service and will begin lunch service tomorrow. The restaurant from Mike Chen is his third in the area, which includes China Palace and Sushi, Too in Shadyside. His son Allen Chen is proprietor of Tamari in Lawrenceville and Warrendale.

Good news: The restaurant will offer hand-pulled noodles, a rarity in Pittsburgh. "We hired people from overseas to come teach our staff," said Mr. Chen, who posted this video on the restaurant's Facebook page.

The menu features three kinds of soup dumplings: pork, crabmeat and, on Sundays only, shrimp and luffa dumplings. "Soup dumplings are my selling point," he said. Handmade steamed and fried dumplings as well as dim sum also will be available during lunch and dinner. Blogger Pennsylvasia has the menu over here.

Everyday Noodles will join Rose Tea Cafe, How Lee, The Ramen Bar and others on the Squirrel Hill stretch that's shaping up as the city's Asian food corridor

Everyday Noodles Facebook

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