Fall is upon us. Saturday we found ourselves hankering for something warm and yummy to combat the dark gloom of the rain our parched land sorely needed. We called Tanya's soup kitchen to see what they had that was gluten free. Of course is was cold fruity soup. Okay, maybe next week.
So the wife and I settled on Noodles and Company over at town east mall. I dropped the wife off at the front and then traipsed back through the puddles, wishing I hadn't worn sandals. Once back to the restaurant, I realized I left my camera in the car. D'oh. Eventually I made it back.
The menu is not what you would call exhaustive. Actually besides salad there is only really one thing: Pad Thai. We enjoyed our pad Thai. The chicken was tender, although the wife thought it was over-peppered. It was sweet and slightly spicy. All in all it did what it was supposed to do. It warmed us up and made us smile. (Good company always helps)
I am always excited to have one new place to go when all my non-celiac friends say the dreaded phrase, "Where can Dale eat?"