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Knockout Noodles: The Fat Noodle at Fat Rice

while Macau may be known now as a mecca for gamblers, Fat Rice is not playing games of chance when it comes to pairing and building flavors. And therein lies the fun of eating this food: there are so many unfamiliar tastes to discovery anew, and the chefs have done the hard work of refining their dishes, that diners can freely submit to the strongest pull of their curiosities. More

Knockout Noodles: Oiistar

When I was looking back on the year of eating noodles I had had in 2012, I couldn't help but peek a bit forward, as well, at the noodles 2013 had in store for me. And none excited me more than Oiistar, the now month-old ramen joint on Milwaukee Avenue helmed by Korean-born chef Sunny Yim. More

Knockout Noodles: Simply It

Simply It is a restaurant of odd contradictions. The service could be frustratingly aloof at points, then overly attentive. Certain aspects of the food seemed lazily executed, but the diverse and memorable noodles won out in the end. More

Knockout Noodles: Piccolo Sogno Due

Perhaps now that Todd Stein has diverged from the hotel scene and is employed by a kindred spirit like Tony Priolo, Stein will have reason to stay put awhile. I hope so, because his noodle work at Piccolo Sogno Due is currently in top form, and I'd hate to see him go even a day without a venue. More

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