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The Glass Noodle

“So many Asian restaurants in St. Pete serve Pad Thai and Pho. I can’t wait to introduce St. Pete to dishes that people haven’t tried before,” he adds. “For me, it's not all about money. It's about creating something that people like and something different at the same time.”

The Glass Noodle will serve beer (including popular Asian brands such as Sapporo and Ichiban), and wine but no liquor.

The Glass Noodle will have a capacity of about 120 people. Indoor and outdoor seating along Central Avenue will be available.

It’s an international noodle house!

The menu will feature “the most popular noodle dishes from almost every country in Asia. You name it — Korea, Singapore, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Taiwan. A majority of the noodles on the menu will be made in-house daily.”

Thongsiri is most excited to offer Khao Piak Sen, a traditional Lao noodle dish made of broth stewed with chicken, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, ginger, and soy sauce. It’s the Lao equivalent of American chicken noodle soup and a dish Thongsiri used to eat as a child growing up in Laos.

The Glass Noodle is a place we call home and we hope it feels a little like home to you too.

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