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Noodle Street and Grill City Expand to the Northwest

Two Filipino-style dining choices at the new Seafood City

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Launching earlier this month and welcoming a long line of fans waiting for the doors to finally open, the first Seafood City supermarket in the northwest has installed counter-service concepts Noodle Street and Grill City close to the front entrance.

The fourth local expansion for the Filipino-focused store, the easy-to-find location at the Shadow Mountain Marketplace retail center is close to the intersection of the 215 and Decatur Boulevard.

Disappointing some regular customers, the location has no further plans to import previous Seafood City tenants Jollibee, Chowking, Red Ribbon, or Crispy Town.

On the Grill City menu, a “footlong turon,” calamari by the pound, bangus, crispy smelt, chicken skin, tilapia, chicken skewers or thighs, chicharon, squid, and a range of barbecue choices.

The Noodle Street specialty is a series of “mami hot pot” dishes, kept warm at each seat by individual heaters, or ordered to go. Among the options, beef, chicken wonton, La Paz batchoy and the “special arroz caldo.” All are served in “solo” or larger, shareable portions.

Also available, pancit binalot selections, shrimp siomai, lumpia, and desserts including halo halo and butchi rice cakes.

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