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  • Angela D.

    My son and I stopped by this cute little restaurant tonight. He had the spicy Dan-Dan-Mein, and I tried the Chicken with Chinese Broccoli. Both were served promptly and piping hot! The noodles are made in house, and are just fantastic. The ambience is family friendly--several other patrons were there with their kids. What really earned the fifth star was the service. Quick with refills, asked us just enough times how we were enjoying the flavor of the food, without being overbearing or annoying. Not to mention, they boxed up all our leftovers for don't see that much anymore. The meal is completed with two orange slices, which hit the spot. I'm so glad such a nice Chinese restaurant has finally opened in my neighborhood. We will be back!

  • Andi O.

    Fine, nothing special. I like the wings, but haven't been overly impressed with much else. I've eaten in once and gotten take-out twice. I really wanted to love it, I want to support my neighborhood businesses.

  • Ken B.

    First time eating here. I was very impressed by the service and the generous portions that they had. My first time trying moo shu pork too, and they have sold me on how wonderful it is; it's practically one of my favorite dishes now. :) Definitely give this place a try. You won't be disappointed.

  • Lori E.

    I'm totally confused. Either the other reviews on here raving about the noodles are fake or.....I don't know. I was so excited to try the house made noodles after reading the good reviews and really happy that this place would be so close to my house. My boyfriend and I ordered two noodle dishes, both listed under "house specialties" and containing the aforementioned house made noodles. I got the black bean seafood noodles and he ordered the Szechuan noodles. The food came out pretty quickly, but I was shocked when the waitress set down two dishes in front of me, one with the plain noodles and the other with the black bean seafood mixture. Why the shock? The "house made noodles" were spaghetti! Yes, spaghetti, exactly like the kind you get dry in a box for 99 cents at Safeway. I could go on for a while about how I lived in China, have eaten Chinese food all over the country, etc., but it doesn't take any kind of expert in Chinese cuisine to recognize spaghetti. And it certainly wasn't even freshly made spaghetti. In all fairness, the sauces were tasty and the pot stickers did appear to possibly be house made, but I couldn't get past the spaghetti when what I wanted was some good Chinese noodles (or at least some type of Asian noodle?!). Such a bummer. I may come back to try other dishes, but I won't be having noodles again.

  • Chris L.

    We love this place! Being close to home, we go here often. The soup, rice, green beans, chow mein, and General Tso chicken are always excellent! The service is quick and friendly. The portions are HUGE (always get 2 meals from them). Prices are really good as well. Generally speaking, 3 dishes runs about $20-25. Divide that by 2 people, then again by lunch the next day. A deal! LOVE IT!

  • Kasandra K.

    I'm not one to write a review but felt like I needed to for this place. First off the staff was friendly and the inside appeared nice and clean but this is not "good" food. It's not gross either but definitely lacking flavor. We ordered a Hong Kong meal. One with sweet and sour pork. The meat was a mystery, did not taste like pork and did not look like beef. And the sauce was very thin and weak. We also ordered beef and broccoli. There was much more broccoli than beef which would be fine except for the very little and tasteless sauce. I only gave 2 stars because the ingredients appeared to be fresh but it was all very weak flavor. Safeways Chinese food is closer to being authentic. Unfortunately we will not be back

  • Icia A.

    Well the outside doesn't look like much but you come here for the food! Other reviewers weren't kidding, the portions are HUGE! I got spicy seafood soup and the broth was stellar, although their noodles aren't much, you do get a fuck load of them. I also got the kung pow tofu and it did not disappoint. And with your check they bring a few slices of orange which I think is a nice touch.

  • Andrei F.

    Ordered: Two person Taipei dinner for two, sweet and sour shrimp and happy family. ~Reasonable price for the portion size. ~Food tasted great. No complaints. Service: Considering there were only 3 tables seated, it was great. Bathroom: Clean

  • Cristina G.

    Stopped in here for a quick date lunch today. We had the lunch specials-broccoli beef for one and the Happy family for the other. Both are excellent flavor and the vegetables are still crisp, which I love. Lots of garlic in the broccoli beef and really tender meat. I think the price was reasonable-under $20 after we added on BBQ pork. I did not care for their spring rolls-they just didn't hit the spot. Their egg flour soup is loaded with flavored but wasn't very hot.

  • David S.

    Ordered $6.95 Kung Pao shrimp lunch special. A great number of shrimp and incredibly tasty. Great prices and more importantly very good quality. I have definitely found a great new lunch spot.

  • Benjamin W.

    It stopped here for lunch and It was delicious. The price was great! Service was also good and I had a handful of decent beers on tap.

  • Kim Y.

    Everything perfect!!!and the lunch time price very cheap!

  • Brian C.

    So glad my buddy and I found this place. Haven't been able to find Taiwanese Beef Noodles anywhere. It's as good as I've had anywhere else. Will be coming back to get our fix.

  • Daffy D.

    Best place for jjajangmyun I only order the pork/regular double portion, they make it just like the ones I used to eat in Korea.

  • William D.

    The service was really nice and attentive. Maybe because we were about the only group there. They even split up our soup into two bowls when sharing. The Cho Ma seafood soup and as good. We got extra spicy but it wasn't too spicy. The potstickers are made to order and take about 15 minutes but are worth the little wait. Cheap and affordable and soup that will warm those chilled bones.

  • Sherry S.

    I was noodling this place for quite some time. Finally had the opportunity to get me some take out food on my way home. I was a little taken aback though by the menu because I really had to look for the noodle dishes. That was what drew me in the door. It was really just your normal chinese food however. I poured out my huge bowl of spicy seafood noodle soup and dug in... Truly smoking flavor though. I mean this literally. They had some smoked red hot peppers floating around to add that nice flavor to the whole bowl. Lots of seafood, and tons of noodles. Just what I was looking for. A little different from your normal chinese food after all. So noodle on that.

  • Laura C.

    Delicious! Our meal came out quickly, which was great since I was famished. Portion size, great!

  • Alvina C.

    I would rate Taipei Noodle Haus 3.5 stars for their food and service. We were skeptical at first--thus our expectations weren't high. My family and I had the pot stickers, wings, Dan Dan noodles, a beef dish, and green beans. The beans tasted fresh and wasn't overcooked. The sauce on the noodle was good. Someone commented the noodles tasted like store bought spaghetti. I assure you it doesn't taste like spaghetti... But I can't say it taste like homemade. I have to really taste the noodles again to know for sure. However, I will go back there in the near future. I round up my rating (from 3.5 to 4) because of the location. There's no Chinese food out there.

  • James G.

    Solidly good Chinese 4.5 stars ! Traditional food so if you like spicy, order very spicy. Noodles are delish!

  • Kelly G.

    My wife and I tried this place for the first time yesterday. All I can say is the portions are rediculous, massive, huge!!!! But, boring, bland, absolutely mediocre. if you want good chinese this is not the place!!!! Could not eat theleft overs.

  • Aimee J.

    My husband & I have eaten here probably a dozen times and although I'm usually a creature of habit at every restaurant we go to- always ordering the same thing- I've made it a point to try and order different things here. I'd like to say that over the years we've developed our palate in various cuisines, Chinese being one of them. It's like that light bulb moment when you realize, "huh, Olive Garden isn't really Italian food?" Mind blown, right? Well, at Taipei Noodle Haus my palate is confused. The menu reads authentic but to be perfectly honest, I don't have a clue what Flavor Town we're in. The spring rolls, I swear, are the frozen Ling Ling ones from Costco. The pot stickers are good, claim to be hand made and they taste like it. My husband thinks they're the best ever. The sesame chicken is by far the best dish on the menu. I was disappointed in the spicy Szechuan noodles- strange sauce that isn't spicy in the least. (pay attention to that sauce- it shows up in a lot of dishes). The beef & broccoli is also a flavorless let down with the aforementioned sauce. The General Tso's chicken was a disappointment and again, made with that same. damn. sauce. Now, the strangest sauce of all award goes to the sweet & sour chicken- hands down. It's not the bright orange, not a color found in nature sauce BUT this is weird. It's not brown but it's not orange but it's not green. It has chunks of carrots, what I think are onions, bok choy and some other white unknown veggie floating around. It's semi thick and seems as though it's full of cornstarch and was totally flavorless. Absolutely not sweet nor sour. Thankfully, it came on the side in our order to go. Last confusing item- why Haus? This evokes Austrian or German influence, does it not? Maybe I missed that Rick Steve's travel special on Chinese and Austrian cultures colliding. So, why the 3 stars? The service is great- super friendly & quick and the sesame chicken really is good enough to earn 3 stars. Plus, all of the chicken dishes I've tried thus far have been all white meat which for me, is a plus.

  • Judy H.

    Not much on the menu for vegetarians but the staff put together a pretty yummy noodle soup for us. Although the soup was good, it wouldn't be enough to draw me back to this restaurant. It was the Kung Pow Tofu that bowled me over! I am looking forward to trying the salt and pepper tofu and Szechuan eggplant next visit. The portions of each dish were plenty for two. YUMMY.

  • T M.

    I've been wanting to try this restaurant for a while, but I was very skeptical. I was waiting for others to weigh in. Well we finally tried it the other night. I had the wonton chicken soup with house made noodles and it was VERY good. We also had the Dan Dan noodles and it was very different, but good. And then we had the Sesame Beef. It was a totally different preparation than I've ever had. Not sure why, maybe because of where the owners come from, not sure. But it was good. Anyway, I would definitely come back here because it is convenient. It's just not a destination, if you know what I mean. My advice -- give it a try. The staff is super friendly, it's a clean comfortable environment and the service is fast.

  • Warren C.

    I have to admit I have been trolling this restaurant ever since I saw the sign put up. I love Asian noodle restaurants. Especially Chinese ones. Once I saw that open sign light up it was time for me to head in and try this place out! I came in this afternoon with an open mind and big appetite. I perused through the menu and saw exactly what I would come in for as a baseline to compare this restaurants with the many Chinese noodle restaurants. I ordered the Chow Ma Mein, Potstickers, and the Taipei Red Wings. The service from the initial start was very good. I'm sure as any new place will be, they will be on their best behavior and it will exemplify in their service. Tea was kept full and the food did not take long to come. I was first served the Taipei Red Wings. In their menu it was stated that it was very spicy. After having my first wing. I found that it had a bit of tickle but it was not spicy to me. Bear in mind, most Chinese people don't eat spicy so something like this for most all Chinese people would be very spicy. Now here's where the plot thickens. With most Chinese restaurants they suffer from death by over battering. Based on the coating of the wings I'm going to definitely say wet batter. The nice part of a wet batter when it is served right out the kitchen its really crunchy but it doesn't take long before it starts to get soggy. The chicken was tossed in a light spicy sauce with fresh chilies. Once I received the wings it was already starting to get a little bit on the soggy side. The taste was overall very good and what I enjoyed about it is the fact the wings wasn't tossed in a obvious chili sauce or oil to make it spicier. It was done very originally and the spice accented the flavor not overpowering it. Next, I received the potstickers. The dough was the right amount of thickness. The sear on the skin was perfect and the culmination of the ground pork, green onions, and cabbage was made in perfect harmony. The sauce served with the potstickers was good but I did require chili oil to give it a bit of a kick. I probably would have preferred a little bit of vinegar to give it some tang as well. As for the main dish the chow ma mein was one of the better ones I've ever had. The Seafood was cooked to perfection. Scallops were delicate. Squid was not rubbery. Shrimp was not overcooked and the clams once again cooked for the right amount of time keeping it from being very rubbery. The veggies and the noodles cooked to perfection. Making the combination of the broth even more enjoyable. Overall I really enjoyed the meal. Was it the best Chinese I've ever had? Not really. I don't really go out to Chinese much as I've mentioned before if I want good Chinese I just go back to my parents house or cook it myself. Ask me if I'll come back again. I'm pretty sure I will. The service was really good here and the atmosphere was very relaxing. It also looks like they're getting a liquor license as well. I'm sure this place will thrive. For now I would give it a good 3.5 stars but I want to try it again for the regular menu and see how it goes. Happy Eating Everyone....

  • Loren C.

    Met a friend last minute and she had already ordered. They have large menu. They make their own noodles!!! Had the spicy Szechuan beef soup with was delicious. The beef was fork tender. Can't wait to go back and try other things.

  • Becky W.

    This was the first time trying a new restaurant in the neighborhood. It was terrible. We got take out and couldn't even eat it. I agree with the other reviewer...the other reviews are probably fakes.

  • Janelle H.

    I have been here once and our food was great! We oredered takeout and they seperated the sweet and sour sauce from the chicken so it wasn't all soggy when we ate it, very much appreciated! The service was friendly and quick. There aren't a lot of options in this area for good Asian style food, this restaurant is a welcomed addition. I definitley plan to go again and try a new item.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Accepts Bitcoin : No
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes


Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.

Taipei Noodle Haus

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