On our way to De Anza College earlier this week I took the boys to Noodles and Company for lunch. I got the pad thai with shrimp, a dish that was buried under an overabundance of bean sprouts. The pasta and the shrimp were adequate, though they didn't stand out. I wondered why the leaves of the parsley weren't separated from the stem. Was it laziness? Or, was it for appearance? Either way, it was more or less a big branch on the dish that I had to push aside this way and that throughout lunch.
Though the boys liked the pasta itself in their spaghetti dishes (one got a regular, the other got a small), they found the meatballs too salty to finish.
|Small vs. Regular size comparison|
Noodles and Company
20735 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014