Noodles & Company review- Yummy Food and Family Friendly!


My family and I dine at Noodles & Company- A LOT. It’s one of those places that’s inexpensive, and has something for everyone- even the pickiest eater.

Who doesn’t love pasta?

My point exactly!

But it’s so much more than just pasta. They have super yummy soups, salads and sandwiches.

And the Wisconsin Macaroni and Cheese is simply: To. Die. For.

They also have a wide variety of veggies to sneak into your dishes as well. Like 14 different kinds!

It’s a fantastic alternative to fried and gross fast food!

And in honor of asparagus season (which is April through June in the US- ’cause I totally didn’t know that), Noodles & Company is offering a very special dish!

The Asparagus Lemon Linguine dish- made with crisp, yummy seasonal asparagus, snap peas, lemon juice, basil, red onions, mushrooms, and feta served over regular or whole wheat linguine.

Noodles & Company has even created a whole site dedicated to this veggie- www.noodles.com/asparagus

Which includes tips on how to select asparagus, cook asparagus, a recipe for you to prepare at home and other fun ideas! And Lord knows I need all the help I can get in the kitchen!

But really, I would have never thought of sticking veggies in Mac and Cheese without Noodles & Company, so check out their site to find a location near you. And if you’ve already tried them out, you know what I’m talking about! 😉

Also, as a side note, Noodles & Company is a GREAT place to take someone who has food allergies. They make all dishes to order. I’ve even taken my good friend Andrea there, and she is severely allergic to tomatoes!

“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Noodles & Company and received  Noodles & Company bowl cards to facilitate my review. Mom Central also sent me a thank-you gift certificate. But I eat there all the time anyways, because it’s that good.”

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  1. (1.) andrea@Mommy Confesssions BlogJune 15th, 2010