Craving something good at 2 am? So were we.
Restauranteurs Keng and Dave have taken fast food to a new level with The Drunken Noodle.
Nested in the heart of downtown Fargo, it is the perfect lunch, after-school, after-work, after-midnight hotspot.
The food may be fast, but only the freshest ingredients are allowed into the kitchen. Hand-cut chicken and local produce are just two examples of the conscientious quality found in every dish. Choose from a world of noodles … Thai, Italian, American, Vietnamese…with appetizers, soups, and desserts too!
The Drunken Noodle is co-located with the Wasabi and feature a wide variety of noodle dishes for early and late night enjoyment. These dishes are all prepared with fresh butter, cream and cheese to delight your taste buds. Our meats are all roasted and cut in our kitchen to obtain taste that we think you will find special. Dishes range from classic Mac and Cheese to Asian dishes such as Bamee Geang.
The Drunken Noodle is the name of our signature Thai dish: wide-rice noodles, pan-fried with a caramel-like oyster sauce, fresh bell peppers, THai basil and chillies, with shrimp, chicken, pork, beef, tofu or nothing at all. Resistance is useless.
Dine in, take out, or delivery! Catering coming soon!
And did we mention everything is under 11 bucks?! Come in, have a beer with Keng, and dig into the best food your taste buds can imagine.
In their latest F-M enterprises, restauranteurs Thamrong Dechawuth (a.k.a “Keng”) and Dave Scheer open Wasabi, sushi restaurant and Asian Grill. Occupying the second of three spaces at 623 NP Avenue downtown Fargo, Wasabi is located in the back of the duo’s last venture, new lunch an late night hotspot The Drunken Noodle. Look for both traditional and trendy sushi items, including the classic bento Box and the innovative “Dynamite” Roll – a California Roll topped with baby lobster, mushroom, onion, and mayo served flaming 151 on top.
This is a causal place – an open place – where people who may have never seen a sushi restaurant before can wander in from the Drunken Noodle and just chat or watch the chefs. This is slow food, not fast food: small bites but big flavors that should be enjoyed with friends without rushing. I travel all over researching new restaurants and I asked myself ‘What is Fargo missing?’ I wanted to bring something not to compete, but something new – a new relaxed and fun place. Food in my opinion should be the real deal – real rice, real fish.
And then what you add is up to you – you are to explore, said Keng. Look for more than sushi at Wasabi – enjoy Thai Barbeque Chicken, Korean Bulgogi, Crying Tiger, and Chicken Teriyaki. they are also sporting a new wine and sake list, including Sketinis – colorful and creative concoctions made from combinations of sake, fruits, juices, and microgreens. Other restaurants owned by Keng and Dave include Leela Thai Cuisine in the 25th Street Square Market, the Drunken Noodle at the same address downtown, and Little Bangkok in East Grand Forks.