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Posted by Arathi Kundu on 04/16/2014
OMG I loved this place. If you are looking for yummy Asian food and the best happy hour specials. ...look no further. Indonesian fried rice. .. Drunken noodles... Thai basil fried rice. .. fried tofu....yummy all the way. Happy Hour until 7 pm offers drinks at half off. Can't wait to go back!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/22/2010
This restaurant is really nice from the inside, very spacious and very clean. A great place to hang out and grab a bite. We weren't impressed with the food though. The vegetable noodle soup was bland, the sushi was bland except for the spicy roll which was not too bad, but there is definitely better sushi elsewhere. The teriyaki chicken dish was nice though. Probably wouldn't go again.
Posted by pasta lover on 11/02/2008
nooshi was a great find. i visit the area a few times a year and i am a very hard person to please when it comes to restaurant atmosphere and food. i felt very comfortable in the relaxed atmosphere at nooshi and i loved my order. our entire group loved their food and i will definitely recommend nooshi to anyone who loves noodles and is going to be in the d.c. area.
Posted by NooshiLover on 03/03/2008
This is the best sushi in the area, you have to try the crunchy sushi rolls they are the best and definitely beat out cafe asia, although Raku is a close second. Definitely try their noodles and thai fried rice, HMMMMM!
Posted by dcgirl on 12/19/2007
I just love Nooshi. The food alway fresh and I just can't get enough. I love that they have the carry -out as well as the sit down restaurant. What a great idea. I eat there 3 times out of the week. I also love the rice which when I have leftovers I take home and add some additionals to it and its like a brand new meal. Nooshi is just a great restaurant with quality service and food at a great price.
Posted by Delicious Eats on 07/30/2007
I absolutely LOVE this place. My sister and I always try to get something different. However, the sweet corn wontons, dumplings, and Singapore stir-fried noodles are my favorites. You do have to wait during the lunch crowd but it is well worth it in my opinion. I am not a big sushi fan so I can not tell you anything about that. The food is always fresh and served with a smile.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/27/2007
This is consistently good food, and one of my favorite places. Service is great, food is reliably great, and if you go for lunch between 12:15-1:30, be prepared to stand in line for about 15 minutes...It is one of the few places that I am willing to wait for lunch.