Boom Noodle


1121 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122

Phone: 206-701-9130

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Thu 11:30am-10pm; Fri-Sat Noon-Midnight; Sun Noon-10pm

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Parties / Private Rooms


10BEST Says

Take Out: Featuring sleek communal tables and a spacious bar, this Asian-inspired eatery's a popular place to mingle. However, meals can also be picked up and enjoyed via carryout. Guests may choose from a variety of tempting noodle dishes, like chilled sesame ramen, seafood curry udon and mushroom soba, and small plates, from edamame to salmon tataki, are tasty, too. Beer, wine, sake and cocktails are available. Here in Seattle, find them at various locations including those in Capitol Hill, University Village and Bellevue Square. The vast menu deciphers between vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options (there are GF substitutions available for rice noodles).

Asian: Featuring sleek communal tables and a spacious bar, this Asian-inspired eatery's a popular place to mingle. Guests may choose from a variety of tempting noodle dishes, like chilled sesame ramen, seafood curry udon and mushroom soba, and small plates, from edamame to salmon tataki, are tasty, too. Beer, wine, sake and cocktails are available.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Take Out: "Boom Noodles means no MSG!"

Best for Take Out Because: Boom Noodle brings Japanese flavors to various neighborhoods in Seattle. Noodle dishes appeal to all types of eaters, thanks to substitutions and variations.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Take Out: Featuring sleek communal tables and a spacious bar, this Asian-inspired eatery's a popular place to mingle. However, meals can also be picked up and enjoyed via carryout. Guests may choose from a variety of tempting noodle dishes, like chilled sesame ramen, seafood curry udon and mushroom soba, and small plates, from edamame to salmon tataki, are tasty, too. Beer, wine, sake and cocktails are available. Here in Seattle, find them at various locations including those in Capitol Hill, University Village and Bellevue Square. The vast menu deciphers between vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options (there are GF substitutions available for rice noodles).

Asian: Featuring sleek communal tables and a spacious bar, this Asian-inspired eatery's a popular place to mingle. Guests may choose from a variety of tempting noodle dishes, like chilled sesame ramen, seafood curry udon and mushroom soba, and small plates, from edamame to salmon tataki, are tasty, too. Beer, wine, sake and cocktails are available.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Take Out: "Boom Noodles means no MSG!"

Best for Take Out Because: Boom Noodle brings Japanese flavors to various neighborhoods in Seattle. Noodle dishes appeal to all types of eaters, thanks to substitutions and variations.

Main Menu

Small Plates
Chilled Noodles-
Hot Noodles & Noodles
Wok Noodles & Rice
Extras
Desserts

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