update: noodlecat opening

As first reported back in mid May, Noodlecat will not have the typical restaurant opening. Instead, chefs Lee Anne Wong and Chris Hodgson will have the honors. More scoop has been released over the weekend:

June 21 & 22: chef and America’s Great Food Truck Race finalist (and maybe even winner…)  Chris Hodgson will “pop in” to Noodlecat first. His prix-fixe menu is $50. Tickets can be purchased now by clicking here, where you can also see the full menu – BELT Steam Bun, Rib-Eye Taco, Peking Quail…

Wong will take over on June 24/25. Her a la carte menu will be up soon, along with the chance to purchase tickets. Her focus will be Easy Japaneasy.

To keep tabs on all the Noodlecat fun, be sure to like these pages: Brick & Mortar Popups and of course, Noodlecat.

Fingers crossed this baby holds off until the post pop up fun because I just love this concept and really hope to participate!


  1. Sin-Jin
    Posted June 27, 2011 at 12:17 am | Permalink

    hey there Chica … having a great Summer i certainly hope ! Come down to Noodlecat … i’ll give you the nickel tour… maybe I can give you another ‘brief 2000 word’ essay on our concept and interior !

  2. kenlax1
    Posted May 2, 2012 at 3:00 am | Permalink

    SPECIAL ATTN   LEE ANNE WONG    cooking channel tv . com 
      I  was watching an episode on Unique Eats (or The Best Thing I Ever Ate – ive forgotten which) one day and it talked about a restaurant in New York City that served up a ” 7 Bone Beef ”  dinner .   I loved it.  I promised myself that the next time I was in New York, I’d go there.  Ms. Wong made my mouth water.  WHERE IS IT ????   I must have it !!    I’m going to NYC in July of this year,  and I’ve gotta have some  “7-Bone Dinner” .  Where is it at !! I Love the Cooking Channel !!          Luv,  kenny Thomas, Riverside, California.kenlax1@gmail.com

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