When in the mood for Asian-fashion noodles use your noodle and head to Ohho Noodle Market close to the College of Miami, the place it lures students and foodies with low prices.
Slurp or twirl noodle dishes here, where slurping exhibits your delight. Housed in a revamped Burger King building, the interior transports you to a noodle stall on the streets of Hong Kong with wood tables and graffiti. Behold an ad for a Nineteen Thirties cigarette woman, Chinese language opera singers and an enormous pig above the counter, where you’ll be able to sit and watch the wok motion.
The urban, edgy idea is by restaurateur Jack Punma, who needed a place he’d like to hang out in. He recruited government chef Yodpao “Teddy” Rerkmuang who’s from Hat Yai in Southern Thailand and graduated from culinary faculty in Bangkok. The restaurant’s identify comes from the Asian expression “oh ho!” which means “wow!”
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