TheCapitol.netCoursesConvenience LearningCustom TrainingPublicationsFaculty & AuthorsClientsStoreClient Care

Bob's Noodle 66 Archives

Bob's Noodle 66

After reading the description of Bob's Noodle 66 in Tyler Cowen's Ethnic Dining Guide, we decided to try it after an indoor soccer game at the Rockville Sportsplex.

We asked our waitress what were the most popular dishes with Chinese customers, and she recommended the Ginger Chicken Casserole and the Sauteed Baby Short Ribs with Black Pepper. We also ordered the Fried Calamari appetizer, the Taiwanese-Style Meat Pie appetizer, and the Seafood Combo Thick Noodle Soup.

Our food started being delivered to the table within 5 minutes, starting with the Meat Pie, and the rest of the dishes came out rapidly after that. We have never had such fast service in a sit-down restaurant. The Ribs, Casserole, and Soup all stayed hot throughout the meal.

Although all the dishes were very reasonably priced, especially for their size, the Soup is a phenomenal bargain. We will definitely be back.

Bob's Noodle 66, in Rockville, MD

Bob's Noodle 66, in Rockville, MD

Fried Calamari with Basil appetizer

Fried Calamari with Basil appetizer - very simple and very good

Ginger Chicken Casserole

Ginger Chicken Casserole - excellent

Baby Short Ribs with Black Pepper

Baby Short Ribs with Black Pepper sauce and onion - an outstanding dish - if you like pepper, you will love this

Seafood Combo Thick Noodle Soup

Seafood Combo Thick Noodle Soup - the homemade noodles are excellent - this dish is a phenomenal bargain

Bob's Noodle 66, 305 N. Washington St., Rockville, MD, 301-315-6668 [Tyler Cowen | Washingtonian | WaPo | Gayot | City Paper | Don Rockwell]

March 4, 2006 10:57 PM    Dining


Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Bob's Noodle 66:

» The more expensive the restaurant the better the food? from Hobnobblog
According to Tyler Cowen, an economist at George Mason University who also has a popular dining guide for the DC area (Tyler Cowen's Ethnic Dining Guide), Receiving a Michelin star increases prices in a Parisian restaurant by 20 percent, controlling... [Read More]

Post a comment

(If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)