I was invited to join a food tasting event at newly opened Noodles and Company in Macomb,Michigan. This is my first time to attend a food tasting event. So I was really curious and excited to experience it. Also, to meet other bloggers in the area. It was fun to chit chat with other bloggers at the same time I get to taste different kinds of noodles and pastas. It’s a win, win!
If you haven’t been in Noodles and Company, let me tell you a little bit of their dining set up. When you first walked in, you’ll see a big board with all their menu. Right there, you decide which ones you have a taste for, then you go right up to the counter to order your meal. They will give you a number for your order and then you go get your own drink on their touch screen soda and water fountain. Then you wait for your food and when it’s ready, a waiter will serve it to you. Simple right?
I love the modern and casual vibe of the restaurant.
Now, let’s talk about the food. Noodles and Company serves real and fresh, made to order food just the way you like it. If you want to add or omit anything in your meal, you can totally do so. You can get creative with your meal, the possibilities are endless.
My favorites here are the Spicy Korean beef, Japanese Pan noodles, Pad Thai and Alfredo Mont Amore. It also comes in a big serving bowl to totally hit the spot. The prices are not expensive either they are very reasonable, like for example the Bacon Cheeseburger Mac is only $8.89. Plus, you can order it online too HERE . I don’t think they deliver though but ordering online is pretty convenient especially when you are in a rush.
At the bottom of this post, Enter for a chance to win a bowl a month for a year from Noodles and Company.
Giveaway ends 12/12/16!
New on the Menu
Don’t they look delicious and mouth watering ? They just don’t look like it, they are in real life! Even, if this wasn’t a sponsored post I still highly recommend this place.
Enter below for a chance to win a bowl a month for a year from Noodles and Company.
Giveaway ends 12/12/16
* this a sponsored post from Noodles and Company all opinions are my own