El Paso-based Noodles & Dumplings to open Northeast San Antonio location

In addition to hand-pulled noodles and steamed dumplings, the chain offers regional Chinese and American Chinese fare such as kung pao chicken and mapo tofu.

The menu at Noodles & Dumplings includes Xiaolongbao, a small Chinese steamed bun. - Instagram / noodlesdumplings
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The menu at Noodles & Dumplings includes Xiaolongbao, a small Chinese steamed bun.
Noodles & Dumplings, an El Paso-based chain focused on hand-pulled Chinese noodles and steamed dumplings, will open a location in Northeast San Antonio.

Signage for the new spot has popped up at 4818 Walzem Road, a building at the corner of Walzem Road and I-35. The Current reached out to the chain for more information, including a projected opening date, but got no response by press time.

Founded in 2017, Noodles & Dumplings, eventually grew to operate 10 locations across Texas, including Corpus Christi, Houston, Tyler and McAllen, its website states. Expansion plans detailed on the site include future stores in Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

In addition to noodle-based dishes and dumplings such as xiaolongbao, or small steamed buns served in a bamboo basket, the restaurant's menus include American Chinese favorites such as kung pao chicken, mapo tofu and sesame chicken.

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