You Must Dine at the Amazing Monkey King Noodle Company!

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The Monkey King Noodle Co in downtown Carrollton, Texas! Is this cute or what? All Photos courtesy of Alexandra Minton Photography.

 

I had never heard of Monkey King Noodle Co until they contacted me on Social Media! As a matter of interest, I wanted to head over to Carrollton, Texas (a suburb of Dallas) and check out their old Main Street, which has been incredibly revitalized. Interestingly enough, one of the Monkey King Locations is in downtown Carrollton. I think it was meant to be, so I grabbed my daughter, a professional photographer (Alexandra Minton Photography and @SweetSweetDallas on Instagram), and we headed to Monkey King Noodle Co, camera and hunger ready.

My daughter informed me that it was her favorite noodle restaurant in its Deep Ellum location, and since she is a foodie, I was excited to try the Carrollton location. I was not disappointed!

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Photo courtesy of Alexandra Minton Photography.

Carrollton, downtown Carrollton, monkey king, monkey kind noodle company

Adorable customer drawings. Photos Courtesy of Alexandra Minton Photography

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Xitlalli was a warm and friendly hostess!

First, the building is adorable. It is in an old garage, a Mercedes business, and it couldn’t be any cuter. It has an indoor space, but in the summer or on warm days, they open the glass garage doors and they have an outdoor seating area with picnic tables and an ordering window. I was so impressed with its originality, it truly is one of a kind. We were greeted by Xitlalli, and my daughter ordered for both of us. Since I am a vegetarian, she ordered me Spicy Garlic Peanut Noodles, which are wok-toasted peanuts and garlic, house chili oil, super-fresh cilantro and green onions. My daughter ordered the pork version of Spicy Garlic Noodles. We also had their scallion pancakes and Edamame Dumplings. Everything was very tasty and perfectly served. Monkey King Noodle Co is a northern Chinese food based restaurant, with hints of Chinese street foods and Taiwan cuisine. Their noodles are hand pulled, and absolutely amazing. Obviously, we took plenty of food home!

 

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Everything was beyond expectation!

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My delicious Spicy Noodle Garlic Peanut Noodles!

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Yummmmmmmy

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My first bite!

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Edamame Dumplings.

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These cookies were excellent! At the top is Almond (Alexandra’s favorite), Double Ginger (my favorite), Green Tea, and Chocolate Orange. The owner’s mother comes in and makes sure these homemade cookies are just right.

Angela Pellacchia, Manager, tells us that they also have pint nights and awesome Happy Hours! There are locations in Deep Ellum, Legacy Plano, and Carrollton downtown, so be sure to go to one, or all, of them.

Thanks to Angela and Monkey Noodle King Company for hosting us!

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I am an avid scuba diver, underwater photographer, amateur historian; interested in all people and cultures. For me, the unexpected is usually the norm! My motto? I am an Empty Nester who likes to Renew, Revamp, and Reinvent Life! Contact me at travelswithtam@gmail.com

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  1. barbara free says:

    Thank you for the heads up….I will be at Legacy/Plano this Sunday, and will give it a try. It looks very tasty, and what a good job with the photo’s. They could be in a magazine.

  2. Looks delicious… but I’m more likely to travel to the moon than to Carrollton!

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