Food is great and reasonably priced! And when you're there make sure you check out the ice cream place next door.
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On a visit to Pittsburgh to tour Carnegie Mellon my husband, son and I decided to try Noodlehead after reading other reviews. We arrived around 6:30pm on a Friday evening to find a long line of people ahead of us. We were quoted a wait...More
Automatic %18 gratuity for six people is unreasonable when the waitress doesn't have to split the bill or add anything different Than 9.50 pp. Plus we were very pleasant and patient. This is the only restaurant where we encounter rude waitresses. Why is that? Food...More
We went to Noodlehead because we wanted to make a friend of us discover their original cuisine. Every one enjoyed their disk. I had my usual pork burns and my wife and friend a curry. The manager took care of us and like usual she...More
We walked by Noodlehead around 1pm while waiting for the rest of our party to arrive. Place was packed. We went back at 2:30 to find plenty of seats available. By the time we finished at 4, the place was full again. It is a...More
Noodle head remains a great place for lunch and/or dinner. It is inexpensive and they have a variety of choices for everyone around noodle dishes. They only take cash but if you need they have a distributor in the restaurant. Be careful about how spicy...More
Loft like space, limited menu, quick efficient service, cash only and no reservations , no phone bookings... Their food makes up for it and every item can be tailored to mild, medium or spicy levels... not expensive and quick service... Enjoyed it!
I would eat there everyday if I could. Great food, nice staff and cool atmosphere. The only downside is everyone else in the east end agrees! Which makes the wait sometimes a deterrent.But I can honestly say it is worth it.
We went for lunch food was excellent and really unique , service was very quick , prices were very reasonable
Noodlehead is my go-to Thai food spot in Pittsburgh. Located right in the heart of Shadyside, Noodlehead has it all: good service, amazing food, and low-prices. Expect a wait on weekends and at dinner-time because it's a local favorite! No reservations and no phone. Great,...More