Noodle Box

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Telliskivi 24 (at Ristiku), Tallinn, Estonia

Vegan Asian noodle eatery est. 2017 close to Telliskivi Loomelinnak. Serves a variety of noodle dishes. Possible to choose spicy level. Some sweet dishes. Located same building as the supermarket. Open Mon-Thu 12:00pm-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 12:00pm-10:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Chinese, Thai, Beer/Wine, Asian, Vietnamese

11 Reviews

First Review by TaaviKasemagi

worth finding - Edit

Was a bit tricky to find, blink and you could easily walk passed it. Inside it’s very relaxed, loads of vegan magazine to read and food is quick, cheap and really good. The fish fingers (tofu) were lush, my rice was a touch too salty but still good. The Dan Dan noodles and Szechuan potato’s were spot on. Enjoyed the walk there from the old town.

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Really good food 😋 Possible to eat in. - Edit

Food tastes great. We ate in, but the food was so good, we decided to take some with us as well.

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Chinese partner approved - Edit

Not the most central and cozy place. But the food was incredible. While some of the dishes are traditionally meat dishes which have been converted into vegan don't hold the same standard to the originals, they are still a great experience.

There were some minor disturbances, but the great food made everything worthwhile.

Pros: Food, Staff gave us more Hoison sauce, The staff was quite quick

Cons: Kept bumping into the guy behind me, small., The chairs were tiny plastic thingies, really bad., Only got one plate for each dish, not one for each

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Very authentic - understatement place - Edit

The place looks at the first sight like one of 1000 asia snackbars, but the food is really nice.
They offer authentic asian taste, not the european variation of it, you get in most cases.

Pros: understatement, fully vegan

Cons: spicy was not that spicy, not spicy was kinda spicy

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Very authentic and yummy - Edit

We had Mapo Tofu, Mushroom Dumplings and Dan Dan Noodles. The noodles were by far the better choice with very authentic and complex flavour combination. We will definitely return if we're ever in Tallinn again.

Pros: affordable, street parking, quick

Cons: too few tables

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Lots of flavor - Edit

Excellent and authentic-feeling Asian food with lots of flavor. We tried the Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles, Khao Soi Noodles and Kimchi dumplings. The best portion was Khao Soi Noodles which is probably one of the best foods I've ever tasted. The deep fried cauliflowers served on the side dipped in the coconut curry noodle soup blew off my taste nerves. Highly recommended! Dan Dan Noodles were also very good but the Kimchi Dumplings were nothing special yet okay. Portion size is small but affordable prices allow you to try various portions. Go there and enjoy!

Updated from previous review on 2017-10-20

Pros: Lots of flavor without being too spicy, Affordable prices, Fast and nice service

Cons: Plastics seats are not very comfy, Location outside city center, Small portions

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Nice - Edit

Tasty noodles and dumplings with and experimemtal combination of tahini yogurt, garlic and spices. Food was a bit too juicy and oily though.

Pros: Experimental, Nice combination of Spices and Garlic

Cons: A bit too oily and juicy

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Best noodle place in town - Edit

They have some really delicious dishes. I am hooked on their rice balls for example, and the Khao Soi soup, ohh... Sichuan Dan Dan noodles are also really good. I haven't tried much else because I crave these same excellent dishes every time I order from them.
(I don't recommend the Kimchi Jiggae soup though, it's boring.)
Try their food, you'll love it! :) :)

Pros: Delicious food, Good prices, Biodegradable boxes to go

Cons: Small place, Not very cosy

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SO GOOD - Edit

Best meal I've eaten in days. Had the dan dan noodles, the mapo tofu, and the mango sticky rice. All were beautiful, very flavorful, excellent. I really like spicy Szechuan food and was very happily surprised by the sorts of seasonings they used.

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Spicy food - Edit

After reading the first review, I was excited to try the food here. The food was ok, but it was too spicy for my liking.

Pros: Fast food with take out option, Affordable

Cons: Spicy Food, Not cozy

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Just opened and already a keeper! - Edit

The rumors about the place had gotten me days before the place was open. It was due the fact that they were experimenting and were open at random times for customers as a tryout. The expectation was high, but as I am a huge fan of Burger Box, which is from the same guy I was excitedly calm.

And yes, wow, vegan dream folded upon me! Asian food at its very crazyness. When we visited it was so freshly open that they did not have any prices written on the board yet, I did not mind ( now they do, most dishes are between 3-5 euros, good value).

Go there! Definately unwordly experience!

Pros: taste, value, feel

Cons: not closer to where I live, not open always, Not free

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