We let the students decide where to go for dinner. The group split into two and some studios decided they wanted Asian while the other wanted Subway. I did not want Subway so went to this place.
Thai style Sukiyaki with Shrimp, Beef, Chicken, Egg in House Special Sriracha Sauce with Bean Cellophane Noodles
The menu didn’t look that appetising to me, but I decided to try this “special dish”. I was surprised to see how big the dish was when it arrived, but thankfully it was filled with vegetables of Chinese broccoli, Chinese cabbage and carrots. Also, it had strips of chicken, beef and prawns. The noodles were slightly too overcooked as they became soft after bathing in the soup. The spicy soup was nice and quite sweet and packed a bit of a punch. Overall not a bad bowl of soup.
The students really enjoyed their meal here and that was what really counted. I thought it was OK. The service was pretty slow but they didn’t expect a large group of 16 people, I suspected, but I think they could of better managed the group better. The menu has many different types of Asian food and maybe I just picked the wrong dish.
Address: 1100 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Website: Noodles on 11