The Best Noodle places in Fort Worth, TX

July 22nd, 2021 by

In the mood for some noodles? You’re in luck if you’re searching for restaurants to visit near Fort Worth. The area in and around the city boasts an array of ramen, pho, stir-fry, and more.

Here at Hiley Mazda of Fort Worth, we know the area and all the amazing restaurants you can find. So, we’ve put together this list of some amazing noodle places for you to check out.

Noodle Place in Fort Worth, TX

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Hanabi

Ramen lovers, rejoice. Hanabi makes treating yourself to a good bowl of ramen a breeze. This restaurant has three Texas locations, and with one spot right in Fort Worth, planning an outing for ramen has never been easier.

The menu here boasts a range of classic ramen choices, such as the favorite Tonkotsu Seafood, which includes tonkatsu soup topped with treats like Japanese littleneck clam, octopus, oysters, shrimp, and squid, not to mention veggies like bok choy and bean sprouts. If you’re searching for a vegetarian option, the tomato ramen uses tomato soup as a base.

You’ll find Hanabi’s Fort Worth location at 3204 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 76107. The restaurant is open Monday through Sunday, from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

WonderPho

If it’s pho you’re after, Fort Worth has you covered. Just stop by Forth Worth’s own WonderPho and you’re in for a treat.

The dish plays a prominent role in traditional Vietnamese cuisine. You’ll find pho served in many houses as a comfort meal, and that has a strong part in Vietnamese culture. At WonderPho, you’ll get to enjoy broth made from scratch every day. The rich, bold broth comes topped with herbs, produce, and other ingredients hand-selected by the staff.

WonderPho is located at 2747 S. Hulen St., Fort Worth, 76109. You can visit Sunday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., or stop in on a Friday or Saturday between 10:30 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Pho Noodle & Grill

Pho Noodle & Grill is another Fort Worth restaurant offering up delicious pho and more. You can also complement your noodle craving with spring rolls, rice dishes, and various other treats.

In addition to the pho beef noodle soup you’ll find here, you can go for vermicelli (thin rice noodles) served with chicken, shrimp, beef, or tofu. Prefer your noodle stir-fried? Pho Noodle & Grill features a range of options as well, including Pad Thai, Singapore-style noodles, and beyond.

You can visit this restaurant at 4601 West Fwy #214, Fort Worth, 76107. Pho Noodle & Grill is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Ramen Hakata

With locations not far from Fort Worth, locals can easily put Ramen Hakata on the itinerary. Hakata-style ramen is famous for broth which has been simmering for 12 hours, so if you’re looking for authentic Japanese ramen, this is the place to go.

Traditional Japanese ramen complete with rich, pork-based broth takes any meal at this cozy spot to the next level. An assortment of tasty toppings (think: mushrooms, soft-boiled eggs, and of course, Chashu pork) complete the picture. You can also peer into the open kitchen if you pick the original Addison location to watch as pro chefs perfect noodles.

Ramen Hakata has locations in Addison, Lewisville, Frisco, and Allen. Hours vary slightly for each location, so check with your chosen place to plan a meal.

Pho V Noodle House & Sushi

Though we were out of pho options close to home? Think again. You can also go to nearby Bedford to experience Pho V Noodle House & Sushi.

You’ll find pho on the menu here along with a variety of other noodle dishes, including other noodle soups, vermicelli, and an array of stir-fried options. This kid-friendly spot really is a dream-come-true for those who love noodles.

This restaurant is located at 3504 Harwood Road #302, Bedford, 76021. It’s open Sunday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Oni Ramen

Head over to Dallas’ Deep Ellum for delicious ramen with a decidedly Texas-inspired twist. Oni Ramen offers an approachable menu, helping those new to noodles find a dish they’ll love with easy-to-decipher pictorials.

Add extra toppings like proteins, vegetables, and more, then choose a spice level that suits your tastes. If you’re looking for something unique, the Texas Springy ramen noodles certainly fit the bill. These noodles come topped with delights like teriyaki barbecue shredded pork belly.

You’ll find Oni Ramen at 2822 Elm St., Dallas, 75226. The restaurant is open Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Monkey King Noodle Company

Monkey King Noodle Company is the place to go if you’re in the mood for Northern Chinese street food. With four locations not far from Fort Worth, it’s easy to enjoy the treats on their menu.

Whether you’re in the mood for peanut noodles or noodle soup, stir-fried dishes or dumplings, there’s something for everyone. This restaurant creates their noodles the old-school way: hand-pulling the noodles to deliver an authentic, incredibly delicious taste.

Monkey King Noodle Company has restaurants in Deep Ellum (Dallas), Lake Highlands (Dallas), Richardson, and Grapevine.  Hours vary a bit depending on location.

Tei-An

If you’re springing for a special occasion meal, you can’t go wrong with Tei-An in Dallas. Brought to the community by Teiichi Sakurai, one of the best chefs in Dallas, this elegant eatery is an experience.

The stylish spot specializes in soba noodle dishes, made fresh and served cold or hot in soups or alongside dipping sauces. The thin Japanese noodle created from buckwheat flour is prepared fresh on the premises. In fact, Tei-An is one of only a small handful of restaurants in the entire United States that prepares soba noodles fresh on-site.

You’ll feel transported to Tokyo with a visit here, even though you don’t have to travel further from Fort Worth than nearby Dallas. Tei-An is located at 1722 Routh St. Suite 110, Dallas, 75201.

That wraps up Hiley Mazda of Fort Worth’s list of great local spots serving noodles. Did we miss your go-to noodle restaurant? Drop us a line so we can add your recommendation!

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