Carla Meyer

May 11, 2014 2:00 AM

Dining review: Yang’s Noodles is slurp-it-up eating at its best

One of dozens of eateries in south Sacramento’s bustling Little Saigon district, Yang’s Noodles is brightly lit, slightly shabby and has an almost fast-food feel. A fake flower decorates the front-counter tip jar, which, on a recent visit, contained six or seven dimes. The tables and chairs are unremarkable and well-worn. A handwritten sign affixed to the wall says they have ice cream, but they don’t. There’s no wine or beer on the premises.

Carla Meyer

The Sacramento Bee's dining critic knows good taste

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