Pastafarians and multicultural noodle-freaks, rejoice! Nute’s Noodles, the Asian-infused noodle soup and ramen restaurant that has long been doing pop-ups inside the space at 903 Cortland, now plans to become a permanent restaurant at (you guessed it) 903 Cortland.
Sarah Fritsche from Inside Scoop got the inside scoop:
Inside Scoop reached out to [chef Nute] Chulasuwan, who confirmed that she is indeed in the process of buying the Bernal Heights space from [former Sandbox Bakery owner Mutsumi] Takehara. (Also listed on the ABC license are partners Makiko Nakagawara and Supreeya Pongkasem.)
Chulasuwan says that the new incarnation of the space will be a continuation of her popular noodle pop-ups, which currently run four nights a week. For more details on what to expect from the forthcoming restaurant, check out Chulasuwan’s menu, which feature Thai noodle dishes, including a promising version of Northern Thai coconut curry noodle soup called Khao Soi, as well as Japanese-inspired ramen.
Chulasuwan says that the transfer will take a couple of months, but she hopes to open the restaurant by September.
IMAGE: 903 Cortland by Telstar Logistics
3 thoughts on “Nutes Noodles Seeking Permanent Place at 903 Cortland”
Hugely fantastic news for us! Great place for early dinner with kids. Hope they can put in more seating.
Great to see that place put to use full time!
So excited! Congratulations Nute, we love your food and the homey atmosphere.
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