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Noodle Lane


Park Slope

$$$$Perfect For:Lunch
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For all its incredible food, Park Slope lacks really great Sichuan options. Noodle Lane is the exception, and you should visit when you need a quick, casual meal, made with enough Sichuan peppers to fill a ball pit. Aside from the psychedelic cat mural near the entrance, this place is set up like a lounge built specifically for lowering your blood pressure, even while you eat food packed with punchy flavors. The minimal furniture looks like it was designed by some very practical Scandinavians, there are potted plants, and a long wooden bar in the back, where you’ll find a great wine and beer selection. The menu has everything from soup dumplings and spicy fish stew to better versions of takeout staples like General Tso’s—not to mention a useful weekday lunch special.

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