Catch-Up: Asian Food and Noodles on the Road

This should finally catch me up on my missed meals of note (or not so noteworthy) on the road.

In Worcester (MA), a stop at Dalat Restaurant and a bowl of hu tieu nam vang, per the server’s recommendation. The menu promises a variety of seafood, along with “sliced porks, fish’s cakes,…lever, heart” and more. Promising, but while I liked the clear noodles, it lacked punch. Should have had the pho instead.

In Antigonish (Nova Scotia), perhaps the last place in the world to try Chinese food, lack of time led me to a place called Moonlight Restaurant. French fries on the menu should have sent me running, but I rolled the dice on some sort of beef and broccoli, along with a strange-shaped egg roll.

And in Albany, stuck by the airport, I ventured to Nothing But Noodles–a chain restaurant. They’ve got Asian noodles, American noodles, Italian noodles, and more–including cotton candy. Fearful of the Asian offerings, I went for the BBQ chicken salad (no noodles). Blah. This is definitely a place to pass on.

One last item worth mentioning regarding this trio of restaurants: a strange sign just outside the door of the Chinese restaurant:


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