Guilty Takeout: Suburban noodles at Tiger Noodle House

In the latest edition of Guilty Takeout, we travel to the suburbs of Houston to spotlight Tiger Noodle House in Katy.

When we think of the suburbs in the restaurant field, we usually think of chains, chain, and more chains dotting a sprawling landscape. While this is true to an extent, the suburbs can be home to some of the best local eats. Case in point: Tiger Noodle House in the Houston suburb of Katy.

Sitting in an all-too-similar strip mall along the normally traffic-clog Katy Freeway, Tiger Noodle House is one of those hidden gems that locals may prefer to keep a secret, but in these dire times for the local restaurants, the word must get out about Tiger Noodle House.

This great noodle house has everything you could ever ask for. Are you a fan of dumplings? Then maybe you should go for their Steamed Pork & Shrimp Shu Mai, which comes in a six-count and will only run you $5.95. If you want to be a tad bit more adventurous, two items you should try out is the Taiwanese Sausage and Szechuan Wood Ear Mushroom. Now know the latter doesn’t sound all the appetizing, but trust me, it is.

Of course, the main event at Tiger Noodle House is the noodles, and you can get your fill in a variety of ways. Chicken? beef? Seafood? Tiger Noodle House has a full menu in every single category you like. Maybe you’re a health nut but still want some awesome noodles? You’re in luck because this place also has veggie and tofu options that are equally as good.

Tiger Noodle House’s menu is available all day and you can order those awesome noodles (and dumplings) right from the comfort of your own home by clicking here.

So if you’re tired of the same old choices, but are tired of cooking as well, look to the suburbs and have Tiger Noodle House for takeout.