Lu Lu’s Noodles is one of the best Thai Restaurants in Pittsburgh. There is no atmosphere, but the food is great and the prices are very inexpensive. My favorite dish is the Yellow Chicken Curry.
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I had heard the restaurant had good food and I was with two vegetarians so we stopped in for a quick lunch. I ordered Pad Thai with chicken and my companions had the vegetarian noodle bowl. My meal was a bit on the bland side...More
The restaurant is located 1 block from Carnegie Museum, and near to the University of Pittsburgh and Carneggie Mellon. I ordered the Honk Kong flat wide fried rice noodles. They were very good. Price wise is affordable, about $9 (with pork)-$11 (with shrimp). Service was...More
Was here on a weekday in the summer. Not busy and super pleasant. Great service. Very quick and friendly staff. Variety of Asian-inspired rice and noodle dishes and fusion-type dishes. I had the spicy basil noodle dish. It could've been spicier but it was very...More
Only one of the four dishes we ordered was really good, the rest just ok. But they had many vegetarian options which was our priority, and the service was good and entertaining.
Took the college daughter here for quick, cheap, delicious food. Two orders of gyoza, a huge ramen noodle soup with chicken, and a curry with noodles for less than $30 including tip. Filling and fun. Definitely will go back.
This cool noodle place is just a block from the Carnegie Museum, a quick little walk. We were a family of 7 and they were able to seat us together at a nice table. Service was VERY quick, friendly, and accommodating to the two little...More