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Mixed Noodle Bar Holds Soft Opening

Mixed Noodle Bar Holds Soft Opening
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There’s a new eatery in town that carries a variety of Korean fusion cuisine you should definitely check out. Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar had its soft opening on March 7th, and this weekend, I decided to drop by. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised and satisfied, too. Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar can only be found in Elk Grove, CA and nowhere else.

Environment

Much like the concept of a poke bar, Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar is similar in that ingredients are lined up in a row and you get to make the call on the proteins and vegetables you want on your plate. All you have to do is head over to the register where the bar is located to start your order! Orders can be taken from the kitchen at a different register, too. No need for confusion! They have signs to direct customers where to order.

Seating can best be described as cafeteria style. Nothing too fancy, but simplicity is nice. Each table seats four people and there are also seats along the windows. It was just past the lunch rush when I made my stop at Mixed Rice and Noodle Bar, so there wasn’t a lot of noise or traffic. The staff is super friendly and helpful. If you don’t know what you’re doing, don’t worry! They’re patient and willing to explain the process. I got my food in a short amount of time and dug in!

Menu

The mixed rice and noodle bowl concept comes from a traditional Korean dish called bibimbap. Bibimbap is a rice bowl made up of  a choice of protein, vegetables, and gochujang paste. Here, at Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar, you can mix up your own bowl the same way, or with a twist. At the bar, you start with a base of either rice or noodle, choose a protein, then select any sides and add-ons. I highly recommend the fried egg (sunny side up if you like your yolk runny like me). The last touch is the sauce. There are five different sauces to choose from, but my favorite is the traditional gochujang paste.

BYOB – Build Your Own Bowl

BYOB – Thank you to the person who allowed me to take a picture of his food

From the kitchen, you can order a variety of food to enjoy with your rice or noodle bowl. There are four different types of banh mi sandwiches to choose from, but be warned, they are not your traditional banh mi. Don’t let that deter you though! They’re still just as delicious with different flavors bursting in your mouth! Other items that I’d like to highlight from their menu is the musubi fried rice, udon soup, and salt & pepper wings.

Octopus Takoyaki

Masubi Fried Rice

Fried Tofu

Udon Soup – Left Original, Right Thai (Sample for Soft Opening)

Salt & Pepper Wings

Spicy Wings

Spicy Pork Banh Mi – Thank you to the person who allowed me to take a picture of his food

Bulgogi Banh Mi

Hidden Menu

If you’re like me and always curious about a restaurant’s hidden menu, ask and you shall receive! I overheard another customer asking for it, so I did, too. What was the hidden food item? Their bulgogi fries! It is on point! Crispy fries topped with bulgogi, seaweed, and furikake. My thoughts? It plays a mind game with your brain. The bulgogi and fries combination isn’t much of a surprise, but the oceanic flavor throws you into a whirlwind when brought together with the fries and bulgogi. This, of course, is a positive thing! Can you say surf and turf? The flavor reminds me of dishes of the sea.

Bulgogi Fries

About Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar

Mai & Tian

Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar is a Korean rice and noodle bar that specializes in Asian fusion cuisine. It is owned by Tien Huynh and Mai Pham. Tien’s vision is to provide a fast food option for Asian cuisine, since there are few, if any, elsewhere. The thought came about after working in the healthcare industry and treasuring lunch breaks because they were a way to unwind. It wasn’t always easy to get quick Asian food options, though, so they decided to open Mixed Rice & Noodle bar.

All items on the menu were created by Tien. He draws his inspiration from his creativity and children. At Tien’s restaurant, you’ll find traditional Asian cuisine and a whole new way to experience the flavor profiles that you’re already familiar with. Tien plans to add more items in the near future, but for now, he’s happy with the menu. If you’re looking for something quick, fast, and easy to eat, be sure to stop by Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar. You won’t be disappointed!

 

Mixed Rice & Noodle Bar
7501 W. Stockton Blvd. Ste 110
Sacramento, CA 95823
https://www.facebook.com/mixed916
https://www.mixed916.com
(916) 896-5311

Opening Hours
Sunday- Wednesday
11am-8:30pm
Thursday- Saturday
11am-9pm






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About The Author

Sai Vang

Originally from Minnesota, Sai is a local real estate agent in the Sacramento area and resides in Elk Grove. She has a passion helping family get into their dream home one step at a time. Aside from real estate, she is a foodie and loves to cook. Sai shares a weekly recipe on her real estate page for all her followers. Have questions about either real estate or food? Be sure to reach out to her.

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