I'll admit I'm not what you'd call an adventurous eater. Burgers, spaghetti, pretty much anything bland and safe is usually what I eat. Imagine my surprise when I became addicted to Noodle Ranch's Spicy Ranch Noodles.
Noodle Ranch is in a tiny space in Belltown on Second Avenue. The interior is sort of trendy, but not offensively so. Unlike so many other Belltown restaurants the waiters are friendly, the portions monsterous, and the price not too terribly bad for what you get.
What I get is the Spicy Ranch Noodles. Yakisoba noodles with chicken (or beef or tofu), carrots, onions, broccoli, and zuchinni cooked in ginger, soy sauce, and something that can be really hot, but usually isn't too bad. The cooks are also generous enough to honor requests for "no green stuff" even if they do look at you a bit oddly.
In addition to my meal of choice they've got an extensive menu of Pan-Asian cuisine that ought to suit everyone's tastes, though I'm still not sure about the ginger ice cream.