Native Noodles
Native Noodles | Photo courtesy of Native Noodles
Native Noodles | Photo courtesy of Native Noodles

Native Noodles

New York
Asian Restaurant
$$$$
Available for Delivery/Takeout

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Initially born out of a successful 2019 run as a vendor at the Queens Night Market and owned by Amy Pryke, Singaporean cuisine shines here. After some pandemic-fueled delays, Native Noodles now has their own brick-and-mortar restaurant in Washington Heights and we easily consider it one of the best new restaurants in NYC. In partnership with executive chef Joseph Medina (co-owner of Hawaiian restaurant, Makana), signature dishes include Laksa Noodles (slow-cooked coconut and shrimp curry, thick rice noodles, bean sprouts, crispy onions); Pork & Shrimp Wontons; and the creamy Satay Peanut Noodles. One of the best sellers is a not-so-easily-found-in-NYC item called the Roti John Sandwich, which is egg, ground beef, caramelized onions, and spicy ketchup on a toasted hero. On the dessert program there’s Fluffy Pandan Waffles, Mango Pudding, and Milo (a chocolate malt drink served over ice).

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Focusing on Singaporean cuisine, Native Noodles was initially born out of a successful 2019 run as a vendor at the Queens Night Market (which is set to return next month). A signature Laksa Noodle dish by founder and Singapore native, Amy Pryke, helped make her brand a hit, and after pandemic-related delays, the Washington Heights brick and mortar debuted last year. Operating in partnership with executive chef Joseph Medina (co-owner of Hawaiian restaurant, Makana), the casual all-day uptown eatery offers seating on a first come, first served basis. Popular menu items include Pork & Shrimp Wontons; Chili Crab Pasta with egg drop sauce; Satay Peanut Noodles; and an item not easily found in NYC, the Roti John Sandwich with egg, ground beef, caramelized onions, and spicy ketchup on a toasted hero. Desserts include kaya butter Toast, Fluffy Pandan Waffles, and Mango Pudding.

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