Capital Noodle Bar To Open In Irvine and Serve Noodles and Hainan Chicken Rice

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 18, 2014
Crossroads in Irvine, which has been host to a lot of new restaurants recently (Creamistry, Urban Plates, and Doner G among them), will have at least one more new entrant. Capital Noodle Bar is the noodle bar concept by the same group that owns...
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