After wondering about this place for the longest time, we finally got to go to Boom Noodle for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. Most of the food is Japanese, but there is a nice mix of Asian dishes on the menu. After a short wait (even for a late Sunday lunch), we were seated and the staff is very friendly. Our server was fantastic. I never really had any udon dishes before and wanted to try something new to me and went with the yaki udon. The first bite I had was actually of the chicken and the flavor was fantastic. One of the best bites of chicken I've ever had. The noodles, mushrooms and the rest of the ingredients were tasty too. Chicken teriyaki and Vietnamese noodle salad were also ordered at our table and I heard great things about those too. Boom Noodle, even though a nicer restaurant, is very affordable for the kind of restaurant it is. Most of the lunch items are $10-$12 dollars with dinner being a tad more. It's more than a standard teriyaki place, but not as fancy as some high end Japanese places. Money well spent though. If you're looking for some great Asian food, Boom Noodle at University Village is the place to go.
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