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24th Nov 2012 11:10am | By Editor
Slurp udon noodle soup served with meat, fish or veggies at this Soho eatery.
With minimalistic decor, the Japanese venue’s focus is on the food – with its tasty wheat noodles made on the premises every day. Yum.
Serving hand-pulled noodles, this Chinese restaurant focuses on healthy eating.
But it doesn’t scrimp on taste – especially the honey-glazed BBQ chicken fried la mian. Find it next to Tottenham Court Road station.
Showcasing all the tasty bits from traditional Vietnamese street food, this Spitalfields branch is set in a rickety building, over three bustling floors.
Order noodle soup and a bib (yes, they do have them), you’ll need it.