We ate lunch here on 7/24/10. They have a lot of varieties of noodles; asian, italian, and some american, but quite a few different things. I had beef stroganoff and it wasn't great. It had a good flavor, but the meat was chewy and there wasn't much of it. My kids' mac & cheese was pretty good, but the noodles were a little chewy. My wife had veg. lo mein and thought it was good, but didn't rave about it. She thought it was skimpy on the veggies. You can add veggies to pretty much anything for $.70 each, but I thought the prices were high enough as they were. I woulnt' go back here, but my wife would and my brother and sister in law love the place. So, I admit I may have missed something. One positive for me was they had a good selection of flavored teas that were pretty good. I don't care for asian food, so perhaps that's their strength. The atmosphere was nice, something between casual and fast food, like an atlanta bread.