Don’t you hate when people beat around the bush? Don’t you want to cringe every time you see another boutique or trendy restaurant called “abstract noun & abstract noun” written in a lowercase thin serif font? Well thankfully, this place gets right to the point so you know what you’re in for. We Have Noodles, they say. And what’s not to love about that?
It should come as no surprise that We Have Noodles started as a Smorgasburg regular. The menu is snackable (usually about 6 different noodles from various Asian influences, as well as some shareable appetizers and sides), but the portions are generous and the flavors are by no means simplistic. Just take their green noodles for example: it’s a cold spinach noodle dressed with soy and vinegar. But then they go ahead and top it with fried broccolini and shallots and suddenly it’s the best thing you’ve had all week. This dish alone got me through a hot summer in Silver Lake without AC.
UPDATE JULY 2019:
We Have Noodles unfortunately closed in July 2019 after about two years, but according to Instagram, Chef Darren Sayphraraj is working on something new, so this hopefully won’t be the end of my favorite cold noodles in LA. In the meantime, look out for pop ups!
|Address||3827 Sunset Blvd #C, Los Angeles, CA 90026|
|Hours||closed as of July 2019:(|
|Price||$$ – noodles are $12-15ish|
|Aesthetic||tiny, kinda feels like your friendly neighbor’s garage, but in a cool way if that makes sense?|
They have noodles.
They have 🔥 sides.
They also have rice lol.
good to know
Go here for: a weekday lunch or dinner, or for take out if it’s crowded
Order this: green noodles on a hot day, khao soi on a cold one
Amount of time to spend: 30 min to an hour, quick and easy meal
When to come: weekends tend to get a little hectic, so weekdays are better
Parking: they have a teeny tiny parking lot that’s shared with the other businesses in the corner, so unless you’ve been good to the parking gods, your best bet will probably be street parking on Hyperion or Lucille.
Last visited: June 2019
Last updated: July 2019