Noodle Station - Reykjavik
Picking up some noodle soup at the Noodle Station and enjoying it at the nearby Listasafn Einars Jonssonar-park on a sunny day is a perfect picnic experience.
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Directions to Noodle Station
It's not hard to find great places to eat in Reykjavik. But finding good food that is fast and cheap may pose more of a problem, to which Noodle Station is the solution. It's located on Skolavordustigur, one of the main shopping streets in Reykjavik that also leads up to Iceland's tallest church, Hallgrimskirkja. Established in 2010 by young entrepreneur Charin Thaiprasert, Noodle Station has quickly become one of the most popular restaurants in Iceland to stop by and grab a quick bite. The locals are all raving about it, and travellers are quickly catching on. It may be because of the fantastic food, quick and delightful service or low prices. Probably it's for all of those reasons combined.
Noodle Station only serves three courses. Noodle soup with beef, chicken and vegetarian noodle soup. Why? Because there is no need for more. You will understand why when you taste it. Noodle Station has come up with the ultimate recipe that everyone seems to enjoy. The combination of dark spicy broth, fried garlic, chili, spring onion, bean sprouts, rice noodles and peanuts is enough to send anyone with a taste for oriental delicacies to the moon and back. The rich exotic flavors overwhelm the senses and leave you feeling full and warm on the inside. You can decide for yourself how spicy you want it to be.The recipe was developed by Charin's mother, a successful restaurateur in Iceland. The place itself is small and charming, and you can eat inside or take it home with you. Either way, you'll probably love it as much as everyone else does.
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