Bellevue >Boom Noodle Bellevue Square
Yum. I loved Boom Noodle. Been there twice and loved it both times. The wait staff was very nice and helpful but, the hostess was vapid and just kinda there. I can't wait to go back.
Worst Food and Service Ever... Its not often I take time to right a review but after my terrible experience at Boom noodles in Bellevue Square I had to make an exception. I eat out alot and the food and service are by far the worst I have ever had. I don't wish my experience on anyone...
Edemame Puree is Addictive. I love the Edemame Puree at Boom Noodle. It's served with these sweet potato chips and it is absolutely addictive. It's like the Asian answer to guacamole and chips. I also really enjoy Boom Noodle's Pho and appetizers. And it's a good value.
Another Fake Asian Restaurant. Just like PF Changs... Horrible Crap that only fools non-asians... Pricey too... Just go to Taco Bell.. at least they realize their fake... but has real mexicans working there...
maybe it has a good bar?. Have tried a couple of times......won't be going back
Redeemed themselves!. We went there on a weekend night and I was seated right away. As I waited for my date, I was asked twice if I needed anything, service was WONDERFUL until my date came and we literally waited for ANY server for 30-45 minutes even after I asked another server to find ours (I asked nice and they guy looked at me as if I was being a jerk). They were COMPLETELY understaffed, the staff was so stressed out! We would have left but we really wanted udon and had wait for so long already. A hostess finally came over and took our order. Our food came out FAST and it was a pleasant suprise to find everything was comped including drinks and both meals without us asking. Service was SUPERB after our order was taken and they apologized and asked us to please come back. Went from FAIL to major WIN!
Great Noodle House, Fun Environment. Cool place with modern furniture, and fun environment. Ramen was tasty and pretty affordable.
Boom Noodle in Belleveu Square. After its grand opening in Bellevue, we tried their food once. Several of our ordered items were just too salty, including ramen. We had to ask waitress to bring them back to the kitchen to remake it. It was such a disappointment to us that their food not only was non-authentic at all, being an Asian myself, it's wayyyyy too salty to even take a sip of their ramen soup. We had really high expectation of Boom Noodle since it's now the only restaurant that serves ramen on the Eastside. After this dinning experience, I've decided that it's worthwhile crossing the bridge to eat ramen at Samurai, which is next to the Uwajimaya supermarket. They have much better ramen over there.
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