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TC Noodle House

Chinese Restaurant and Asian Restaurant$$$$
North Lamar, Austin
  • Troy G.
    "Good Singapore noodles."(2 Tips)
    Melissa H.
    "I was really disappointed with the braised duck noodle soup, tho."(2 Tips)
    Anthony N.
    "Try the Salt and Pepper Chicken!"(2 Tips)
    Ben W.
    "Egg noodles with mixed seafood."(7 Tips)
27 Tips and reviews
  • seafood
  • wonton soup
  • noodles
  • crab puffs
  • great value
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  • Rick P.
    Rick PearsonAugust 22, 2015
    Fish with black bean sauce, eggplant with garlic sauce, Vietnamese curry chicken
  • Melissa H.
    Melissa HOctober 10, 2014
    Shrimp wonton soup is fantastic. I was really disappointed with the braised duck noodle soup, tho. Very bland.
  • Kara E.
    Kara ELSeptember 24, 2014
    Steamed chicken
  • John M.
    John MaysonAugust 18, 2014
    I love the jalapeño chicken and Tiger beer.
  • Joju Q.
    Joju QuejadaMarch 18, 2014
    Freshly made noodles. Authentic Asian. Try those menu items that describe the ingredients, not the commercialized ones like General Tso... Noodles in beef stew was pretty good. Definitely back!
  • Josh M.
    Josh MFebruary 8, 2014
    food is just ok. some dishes tend to be on the very oily side.
  • Jennifer C. H.
    Jennifer C. HarlanJanuary 21, 2014
    Best Lo Mein in town!
  • Lindsay G.
    Lindsay GarrettSeptember 5, 2013
    I had a pan seared noodle dish that I wasn't very fond of. But I guess I just didn't expect pan seared to mean burnt. The sauce was bland, overall not impressed. Also over priced for a veggie dish.
  • Jessica D.
    Jessica DuongAugust 14, 2013
    The only legitimate noodlehouse in atx! Try the Phnom Penh style noodles for a lighter, slightly sweet broth with clear noodles. For something a little more savory, the egg noodle with braised duck.
  • Ben W.
    Ben WolfeJuly 6, 2013
    Egg noodles with mixed seafood. Or the TC Noodles with Beef. Best crab puffs in town.
  • Charles C.
    Charles CaudilloMay 24, 2013
    Family friendly and very nice staff!
  • Raymond F.
    Raymond FullonMay 8, 2013
    Yang chow fried rice is some of the best fried rice I've had
  • Anthony N.
    Anthony NguyenMarch 23, 2013
    Try the Salt and Pepper Chicken!
  • Kate C.
    Kate CaudilloFebruary 7, 2013
    The Szechuan chicken is fabulous!
  • Josh A.
    Josh AJanuary 15, 2013
    Delicious egg noodles.
  • Troy G.
    Troy GearyApril 9, 2012
    Good Singapore noodles.
  • Salvy B.
    Salvy BlazeMarch 17, 2012
    I just single-handedly smashed a plate of pad Thai that serves 4
  • Cheryl C.
    Cheryl CarolinaFebruary 7, 2012
    Chinese broccoli with oyster sauce is the best I have ever had. Tell them no msg if it bothers you
  • Michael
    MichaelJuly 27, 2011
    HP1 Hot Pot #1 is fantastic!
  • Chris D.
    Chris DodsonJuly 18, 2011
    Ask for a side of broth w your's tasty and free!
  • Hiroshi H.
    Hiroshi H.April 13, 2011
    Try the Singapore noodles and Yang Chow fried rice
  • victor w.
    victor wangApril 11, 2011
    mistake. I meant to recommend #305
  • Jeff G.
    Jeff GuerreroDecember 8, 2010
    Their soups have a chicken broth base but they will make them strictly vegetarian if you ask!
  • Nicole T.
    Nicole TaylorNovember 11, 2010
    Best Kung pao chicken ever. Try their specials, the crawfish fried rice over the summer was da bomb...
  • Helena T.
    Helena TanSeptember 17, 2010
    Lobster with TC sauce, noone do better then that!!
  • Louis S.
    Louis San MiguelAugust 3, 2010
    try #214! egg noodles w/ shrimp and wonton soup ftw.
  • Helena T.
    Helena TanJuly 15, 2010
    Try the asian food specially the noodle soup ((:
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