Nothing But Noodles Coming To Kennewick, WA

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Â?Goodbye, Tuna Casserole; thereÂ?s a new Noodle in Town!Â? Nations Restaurant News 11/2003

Nothing But Noodles brings its fresh, wok-seared, noodle cuisine to Kennewick. This Arizona-based global noodle restaurant serves freshly prepared, high-quality food in a comfortable, but hip, non-tipping atmosphere daily. Nothing But Noodles’ area developers, Jim Hui and Jerry Covington, open their first restaurant at 7911 Grandridge Blvd, on March 14, 2005.

“We are very excited about bringing Nothing But Noodles to Kennewick“, states Mary Sue Hui, General Manager. “We chose the Nothing But Noodles concept because Kennewick is ready for an alternative in the fast casual dining segment, one that focuses on quality and freshness.”

Nothing But Noodles is a fast-casual restaurant with counter service and table delivery, dedicated to providing the highest-quality, best-tasting, made-to-order noodle and salad dishes available. The open kitchen enables customers to observe their food being prepared and witness the high quality ingredients that go into making their order. Customers can choose to personalize any of the 14 noodle bowls or eight garden fresh salads by adding beef, chicken, shrimp or tofu.

“Nothing But Noodles is ‘The Art of Fresh,” according to founder Todd Welker. “Everything we do centers on this philosophy. The décor, the food, the service, the cooking methods, all speak to our belief that the best products are produced by the best ingredients.”

The cuisine draws on a variety of cultural influences from around the world, including favorites from Asia, America, and the Mediterranean. Some of the more popular include an authentic Pad Thai, Beef Stroganoff, Spicy Japanese noodles, Alfredo to die for, and a Cranberry Spinach salad. You will also want to bring the kids by for the signature cotton candy.

Founded in Scottsdale, AZ in 2001, Noodles Development is the creation of Chad Everts and Todd Welker. Everts and Welker used their experience in franchising to create a great franchise opportunity for others. Currently there are over 150 Nothing But Noodles restaurants in development in 23 states. For more information, visit .


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