Oodles of Noodles is separated into two parts, one with buffet and one with service. It is better to eat the buffet if you're up to it. I once ordered food from the menu, and it was just horrible. I have no idea what it was, but that was NOT chinese food! The noodles were coated with some kind of sticky, lumpy sauce, and when I asked the staff to dilute it a bit, they came back with the noodles swimming in a bowl of broth. The buffet on the other hand, has some nice traditional food in it. I recommend visiting the buffet when you're feeling super hungry one night.
Pros: Parking, , Delivery available, Good place to visit with a large group
Cons: Food from the menu, decorations a bit gaudy