Noodle World serves pan-Asian cuisine in a huge cafeteria-like room.
It's no wonder the place looks like a cafeteria. It used to be a Bob's Big Boy. The Los Angeles Times reported the history behind the Big Boy earlier this week.
Shrimp fried rice. Pretty standard.
Spicy spaghetti. Surprisingly delicious. It's like a Chinese mom made Italian food.
Chicken with chilies. Quite good, but it should've been spicier.
Chicken pad thai. A couple notches above mediocre.
Chicken curry. Also a couple notches above mediocre.
Almond and honey milk tea with boba. Deeeeeelicious.
Noodle World is kind of like an Asian version of The Cheesecake Factory. But better. And less likely to serve reheated frozen food. Notwithstanding the spotty service, my co-workers and I will definitely be back just for the variety of reliable dishes.