Crazy Noodle, Crazy Good

Crazy Noodle, Crazy Good

Hayley Royal, A Crazy Nood

Last weekend, some fellow journalists (Brady Bush and Blakely Harrison) and I ventured to Crazy Noodle, a Korean restaurant on Madison Avenue. Because I typically eat the same six things almost every day of my life, I was anxious to try a restaurant with options so far out of my comfort zone. Despite this fear, I thoroughly enjoyed the food at Crazy Noodle and cannot wait to return in the near future.

Most people associate ramen with the white styrofoam cups frequently consumed by broke college students. The ramen at Crazy Noodle, however, is a ceramic bowl of overflowing noodles and broth (see picture).  It can be ordered in various spice levels (mild, medium, hot) and can come with protein options (chicken, beef, tofu). I picked medium ramen with chicken and, quite honestly, I am a huge fan. When it was first placed in front of me, I swore I would probably not even eat half of the huge vat of noodles in front of me. I, however, ate the entire thing.

All in all, I am incredibly fond of Crazy Noodle and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a suggest for dinner.