Noodle Dishes in the Corridor

Noodles are the ultimate comfort food. Especially when they are prepared to perfection and served with amazing meat, spices, veggies, and sauce. Is your mouth watering yet? While you could prepare noodles at home (they are surprisingly easy to make!), you can’t go wrong with trying some of the amazing noodle dishes in the Corridor. From Thai food to Italian, there are plenty of options available. Check out some of our favorites below.

Pad Kee Mow at Best Thai Signature

Everything at Best Thai Signature is good, but one thing we’ve been loving lately is the Pad Kee Mow. This is made with fresh, big, flat noodles that are stir-fried with your choice of meat, garlic-chili pepper, sweet Thai basil, tomatoes, green vegetables, egg, carrots, bell peppers, and onions.

Spaghetti All’ Amatriciana at Antonio Ristorante

Spaghetti is a classic noodle dish, but Antonio Ristorante kicks it up a notch with their Spaghetti All’ Amatriciana. This is made with spaghetti noodles, tossed with olive oil and diced pancetta, chopped with red onions, garlic, red pepper flakes, and tomato sauce.

Rice Vermicelli Noodle at May Dragon Chinese Restaurant

Rice Vermicelli Noodles are thin rice noodles, which are stir-fried and offered with your choice of meat at May Dragon Chinese Restaurant. Add vegetables, chicken, sausage, pork, BBQ pork, shrimp, beef or a combination on top for a flavorful plate for lunch or dinner.

Baked Ziti at Kenny’s Italian Kitchen

Ziti noodles are a common Italian staple, shaped into a long, wide tube. At Kenny’s Italian Kitchen, you can get Baked Ziti, served with meatballs, sausage, ricotta, mozzarella, red sauce, and alfredo. Or, you can serve it to your family with Kenny’s Take & Back Pasta Pack, including Baked Ziti, salad, bread, and a bottle of wine.

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