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May 16, 2017

Little Village Noodle House Revisited

I first wrote about Little Village Noodle House in 2011.  It was, and continues to be, one of my favorite spots for Chinese food.  The food is tasty, reasonably priced, and they do not use MSG.  They are also very kid-friendly - they have high chairs, character-themed plastic plates, small silverware, and plastic cups w/lids for the little ones.

Here are some of the dishes we ordered on our most recent visit for our early Mother's Day celebration:

Dry beef chow fun - my boys' favorite dish at Chinese restaurants

Pan fried beef

String beans w/minced pork - my mom's favorite

Honey walnut shrimp - a MUST!

Orange chicken - tangy and sweet

Unfortunately my son hijacked my phone to watch You Tube so I was not able to take pictures of the salt and pepper pork chops, potstickers, sweet and sour pork, mango pudding, and almond jello.

Since I am an iDcard member, we got the honey walnut shrimp for only $4.99 (regular price $18.50)!

Look for more discounts for Little Village in the Dining Out section of the Sunday edition of the StarAdvertiser.



Little Village Noodle House
1113 Smith Street
(808) 545-3008

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