Star Noodle is the nastiest "Chinese restaurant" I've ever had the displeasure of visiting. If I could give it zero stars, I would.
A group of friends and I were in downtown Ogden during the summer of 2006 and were drawn in by the beckoning neon dragon on the Star Noodle sign (whose letters were burnt out to read St Noo). It was a Friday night and the place was completely empty. As we entered, our noses were met with the stench of decades-old smoke and what smelled vaguely like cat p*ss. We did not have the good sense to escape while we had the chance.
The menu was the most bizarre collection in the history of Chinese food menus. Some of the gems we discovered were as follows; Bowl of Ice, Crackers and Butter, Spanish Chop Suey, and Egg Foo Young Sandwich.
I ordered the Chop Suey, which appeared to be something that had been sitting in a can for about as long as I've been able to talk. It was grey, mushy, and tasteless. One unfortunate soul in our group braved the Spanish Chop Suey, which turned out to be Chop Suey with red food coloring. Another girl ordered something that was supposed to be pork, but looked more like cat (too many small bones to be pork). None of the food was edible, and we only stayed because we felt sorry for our waitress.
The only reasonable explanation for this disaster of a meal is that Star Noodle is a Illegal Substances cover. Not knowing any better, we assumed it was actually a restaurant. Which, of course, put the people running the place in the unfortunate position of actually cooking something to keep up appearances.
Cons: food, ambience, everything