Noodles Announces Passover Week Menu

Broomfield, CO  — Noodles and Company announced today that it would offer several special dishes in honor of their Jewish customers for Passover week, which starts Monday night, April 18th.

In their American category, the Passover dish will be Wisconsin Matz & Cheese:  a bowl of Matzah farfel covered with their signature Wisconsin cheddar cheese sauce. For those looking for a fleischig meal, Noodles is offering a Chicken Matzah Ball Soup with a Tzar Salad — like a Caesar, but with crumbled Matzah instead of croutons (make sure to ask for the salad without the parmesan).

Noodle’s Asian menu, with its rice noodles, is already fine for Sephardim, but for the Ashkenazi community, Noodles will be offering Matz Thai, which is their Pad Thai dish prepared with Matzah farfel in place of the rice noodles.  Similarly, Ashkenazi will be able to order the Thai Curry Soup with Matzah balls in place of rice noodles.

Finally, the Mediterranean menu will feature Kugel Fresca, which features pesadik egg noodles with ricotta cheese, balsamic, olive oil, white Manishewitz wine and roasted garlic, red onion, tomato and spinach.

Let all who are hungry come and eat! Next year Noodles in Jerusalem!

 

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for letting us know about this!!! This is fabulous! I hope more restaurants follow their lead!

  2. haha, that is dated last year:)