Warm Up With Piles And Piles Of Noodles From These Delicious Lower Manhattan Spots

01/04/2021 in
Warm Up With Piles And Piles Of Noodles From These Delicious Lower Manhattan Spots

With the most stressful winter in our living memory well underway, it seems like a good time to turn to hot noodle therapy (and probably real therapy, though noodles are decidedly more cost-effective). Few things in this world are more soothing than piles and piles of steaming hot noodles, and eating professional-grade noodles in the comfort of your own home is just an added bonus. 

Here are some spots that are slinging savory noodles Downtown:

 —A hearty serving of Shoyu ramen from Kuu (20 John Street) is appropriate for any meal of the day, any month of the year. (This should not be considered a controversial statement.) You can order directly on Kuu’s site

—If it’s glass noodles you’re craving, Gunbae (67 Murray Street) has a stir-fry dish drizzled in a savory oyster sauce. Delivery and pickup orders can be placed between 5p and 10p. 

Aroy Dee Thai (20 John Street) is the go-to for drunken noodles, not to mention vermicelli, rice noodles and egg noodles.  

For other types of cuisine that are still being served in the neighborhood, we’ve compiled (and are constantly updating) this living list of Lower Manhattan restaurants and food sources so that you won’t have to scramble to keep up with what’s currently available.

If we have left anything out please reach out via Twitter or email.

photo: iStock

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