Noodles & Company Adds Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein to Menu

    Industry News | January 22, 2020

    Noodles & Company

    Starting today, guests can try out the new dishes at any Noodles & Company location.

    Noodles & Company announced the addition of Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein to its menu. The new dish is accompanied by a returning favorite, Zucchini Shrimp Scampi. Both menu items are available now.

    Noodles & Company introduces Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein to its menu and brings back guest favorite, Zucchini Shrimp Scampi.

    Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein bursts with authentic, bold flavors and is made of lo mein noodles sauteed with snap peas, Napa and red cabbage in a slightly sweet orange sauce topped with grilled chicken, green onions, black sesame seeds and cilantro. Grilled chicken offers a lighter alternative to the typical breaded orange chicken options served at other restaurants, but it doesn't sacrifice any flavor. As always, guests can swap in Zoodles (zucchini noodles) for a healthy boost.

    "The new Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein showcases the fresh, tangy flavors true to the original Chinese orange chicken while steering clear of artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives," says Nick Graff, executive chef at Noodles & Company. "With our growing selection of worldly and light options, there is truly something on the menu for everyone. And now with Noodles Rewards, guests can easily customize and place their order from any mobile device and then skip the line at pick-up, all while earning delicious rewards for future visits."

    Noodles guests will also be thrilled to learn the restaurant's best-selling Zoodles dish is returning. Zucchini Shrimp Scampi, featuring shrimp in a light scampi sauce with roasted zucchini and Roma tomatoes, topped with Parmesan cheese, parsley and fresh lemon, is perfect for guests with healthy eating resolutions in the New Year. The tangy dish debuted in February 2019 and is now available with either penne noodles or Zoodles.

    Starting today, guests can try out the new dishes at any Noodles & Company location.

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