An under appreciated small restaurant in Tupelo. It's inside the U&Me Asian Grocery store.
I haven't had anything I've disliked, but my two go-to bowls are the chicken noodle bowl, made with grilled chicken in a sweet, creamy curry with crushed peanuts, garlic, ginger. You can have it mild or as hot as you want. My other go-to is the moo noodle bowl. The meat is tender pork as well as pork balls, made in an herbal broth also with similar ingredients as the previous. Cilantro and bean sprouts also are added for additional flavor.
The calimari makes for a good appetizer, as are the fresh spring rolls, made with lettuce, carrot, shrimp, cilantro and basil, paired with a savory peanut sauce.
Service is always friendly and helpful, but it's a small family owned restaurant and business that can get backed up. It's worth the wait.
The shop also sells bubble tea, and a lot of asian groceries geared more toward the Japanese community (there's a Toyota plant nearby), and Thai. Not a lot of Chinese goods.
Anyway, you have to try the Noodle House. There are two Thai restaurants in town, including a few hundred yards away, but the menu is different.
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