Noodle Tree Launches New Lunch Menu With Ramen, Rice Bowls and Spicy Miso Cones 

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When you're surrounded by the beige strip malls and familiar restaurant franchises in the UTSA area, it's easy to miss out on unique restaurants like Noodle Tree.

Noodle Tree chef Mike Nguyen recently launched a new lunch menu that offers both quick grab-and-go options and order-to-stay dishes that run the gamut, including everything from edamame and bao buns to ramen and rice bowls.

With protein options that include everything from teriyaki chicken to chasu pork and even Vietnamese coconut curry, you're sure to find something that hits the spot without hurting your wallet.

Noodle Tree — located at 7114 UTSA Blvd, Unit 101 — will offer lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. The restaurant is closed on Tuesday.
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Noodle Tree chef Mike Nguyen has developed new dishes like the spicy tuna tartare miso cone.