Boom Noodle is a Japanese eatery in Seattle, Washington that specializes in serving ramen and small plates. The restaurant is family friendly and features a sleek interior in an industrial area.
Boom Noodle serves lunch and dinner daily and offers an array of starters, salads, rice dishes, wok noodles, hot noodle soup, bento boxes, sweets and kid friendly fare. Starter and salad options at the restaurant include miso broiled rice cakes, edamame puree, tuna tacos, mizuna salad, Vietnamese rice noodle salad and chopped chicken salad. Main entr�es featured at Boom Noodle include such fare as tuna rice bowl, chicken teriyaki, spicy garlic beef, pad thai, beef yakisoba, spicy lemon chicken ramen and Tokyo ramen.
One of the best Ramen places town. So happy they're back open. Fun cocktails and great service.
The online lunch menu does not match with the actual restaurant menu. The online lunch menu resembles the dinner menu however the actual lunch menu is very limited. An employee said they have ask corporate office to change the website with no results.
Really great food and all day happy hour on Thursdays!!
Good food and prompt service. Sorry to see they are out of business.
The foods are so good that everyone need to try. I love the noodles soup, the broth is to die for...yummy...My friend had the Fiji hot dog and it was huge, giant thing and very good...
Very good food at reasonable prices. No view or outdoor dining. Located on Capitol Hill close to venues such as Town Hall, Elliott Bay Book Co. Very much worth the visit.
The service was excellent, the food was great, and the price was just right! I took my mom here while she was visiting over the weekend, and she was very happy with dining here.
Quick, interesting and tasty. Service is friendly and gets your food to the table but don't expect much beyond it. Atmosphere is average with bright lighting and barely audible background music.
My husband and I were staying at the Hilton Homewood Suites down the street from Boom Noodle. It was a typical rainy Seattle evening. A work colleague suggested we meet there. It was a wonderful bohemian walk up Pike with vibrant Friday night activities. Reminded me of the resurgence in Downtown Los Angeles. We noticed several patrons trying to use the wrong door to get into the restaurant. Us included. We were seated immediately in a cozy booth in the bar. We were served in an appropriate amount of time and the server was friendly and knowledgable. I had the curry noodle soup with chicken. The best Ive ever had. My husband enjoyed his dish as well, although I don't remember what it was. We had mochi for dessert. It was a wonderful evening. I will definitely go back and would recommend this restaurant to friends and colleagues.
We were excited to return to Boom Noodle after their re-opening at the Capitol Hill location. Parking was difficult, as expected. We ended up paying for a nearby lot. Noise level was high, which required a lot of repeating our orders/requests to our server. We were dining with our kids; lots of families were there on a Friday evening. Appropriate/enjoyable family atmosphere except for one loud group doing shots in the bar... One person in our party was served the wrong meal. Took a long time to have the correct meal brought out. Took a long time to get a requested fork (only chopsticks were on the table). Best foods we had: lettuce wrap appetizer, tempura vegetables, yakisoba. Not very interesting: chicken pho. We have had many good meals and great service at the old location in University Village. We were a bit disappointed about the service and food on this visit.
Probably one of my favorite spots in Capitol Hill. The food is great. Service can get awkward but outside of that its a good unique spot.
Imagine my surprise when my two friends and I arrived at Boom, U Village, for our reservation last Tuesday, to find the restaurant gutted, construction workers galore, and a sign on the former entrance announcing they were opening in another location in another week. This was a birthday celebration and had been planned for some time. Fortunately there were many other restaurants in the area and we enjoyed our lunch elsewhere. Shouldn't Open Table be made of restaurant closures and notify those who use their venue for reservations?
Best pad thai I've ever had.
The food was good, however, for four people to have a conversation across a booth, it was nearly impossible!
I would recommend the food, everyone had a different dish and we shared two appetizers and all were great!
However, the noise level was unacceptable!
Service was so-so.
Service is always fair but food consistent
Good food, great happy hour but the service in the bar is very slow after dining here twice. It takes a long time to get a drink and order food.
We have been to Boom Noodle a few times and always enjoyed the food. I've tried the Kimchi Ramen, the Curry noodle dish (can't remember the name - also a soup) and a couple others I'd have to look at the menu to remember. I've always really enjoyed my meal. This time I had the Udon with spicy beef. I wished the beef were a little hotter, but it was tasty and the meal was delicious. I'm dreaming about Udon noodles now so will be back soon. We had a great time and the service was friendly and responsive. Oh, and we also had the ahi tacos. They were delicious. More tuna than you'd expect and very tasty.
Service was great and food was as expected, but restaurant was too loud. There were small children screaming and running around the restaurant during our entire meal. We will not be back.
It's always great, each person can find something to their liking.
Thank you so much for the yummy creations.