Rice and Noodle serves up Southeast Asian inspired food in a convenient and affordable way on Robson Street right in the middle of Downtown Vancouver. All their dishes are MSG-free, made to order and highly customizable to your tastes. Their menu has rice dishes and noodle dishes where you can choose your own protein, spiciness level and any thing else extra you want in it.
You can also order online for pick up or you can get delivery through the different delivery services around town like Just Eat, Door Dash, UberEats, Foodora, Skip the Dishes, etc.
You order your meal at the counter in the back and then you can take a seat until they bring you over your order.
The laksa soup is made with a coconut curry broth, rice noodle, broccoli, carrot, onion, tofu, zucchini, and then topped with bean sprouts, boiled egg, and cilantro. I really enjoyed this laksa as it had a good level of spice to the broth. I highly recommend this.
Tom Yum Soup
This has a lemongrass broth, prawns, rice noodle, cilantro mushroom, onion and tomato. It’s a little bit sour and a little bit spicy.
Panang Red Curry
This has red curry with basil, cauliflower and yam with rice. It has a hint of spice to it but not too much.
Creamy Peanut Stirfry
This has bean sprouts, carrot, onion, red pepper, spinach and then the rice.
Family Combo for 5
We got this combo for the rest of the dishes. It comes with all these 6 dishes for $50.
- Pad Thai with Shrimp
- Kung Pao Chicken
- Mongolian Beef
- Green Curry with Chicken
- Pineapple Fried Rice with Chicken
- 5 Spring Rolls Thai
Pad Thai Shrimp
This dish has rice noodle, egg, tofu, bean sprouts, green onion, crushed peanuts, and prawns. Squeeze some lime on it and it’s ready to eat.
On the plate is rice, chicken, green bean, onion, pineapple, red pepper, ginger, cashew, and spinach.
This has beef, broccoli, bean sprouts, carrot, green bean, ginger, onion, red cabbage, water chestnut, and a mound of rice.
Green Curry with Chicken
Pineapple Fried Rice with Chicken
I missed taking a picture of this, but I wasn’t a fan of this. It has fried rice, egg, carrot, green bean, onion, pineapple, red pepper and chicken.
One spring roll per person and it has a crisp and crunchy exterior.
Overall, I like how the dishes are highly customizable. You can switch up your protein options, spice level and add any extra items to it. For my own personal preferences, I love a little bit of spice instead of mild. I would choose 3 chili peppers next time.My favourite dish of the evening was the Laksa.
We Rate Rice and Noodle:
1236 Robson St, Vancouver, BC