While visiting family in Pittsburgh for a 3-day weekend, we were looking for somewhere different to eat, and after a quick social network search, saw that Everyday Noodles had high ratings. We're fans of Asian food, and I know that Squirrel Hill has some good places to eat, so we ventured out on Saturday afternoon to have lunch there. We were told that the wait would be 20 minutes, but were seated after about 10 minutes. The place was full, but the service looked friendly and efficient.
We ordered a few things to share: pickled cucumbers, pork soup dumplings, the pan fried green onion pancake, and the sesame cold noodles with chicken. The cucumbers were the appetizer, and were a nice, light way to start the meal. The other dishes were served quickly, and we were able to try a little bit of each at the same time. Everything was delicious, and it was the perfect amount of food for two people to share. Although we were satisfied, we wished we had room to eat more, so we decided before we left to go back again the next day!
On Sunday, we arrived just as they were opening. Since there were only a few other people in the restaurant at the time, were able to get get a great view of the chefs making the noodles by hand. We ordered the cucumbers and the pork soup dumplings again (yes, they're that good). Our server was very helpful with recommendations for new items, so we tried the rolled onion pancakes with sliced beef and the braised beef noodle soup. Once again, it was the perfect amount of food to share and everything was wonderful.
If we lived in Pittsburgh, we'd be hitting up Everyday Noodles for take-out or to eat in at least once a week. We'll definitely be back at least once the next time we're in town.
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