July 8, 2009

Rooster Noodle Bar - Provo UT




















YUMMO (did I just say that? I am NOT a Rachael Ray fan)! If you are in Provo, and have any inclination of getting any kind of food, ESPECIALLY asian food, drive over to the Rooster Noodle Bar.

163 N University Ave

Thank me later. SERIOUSLY. SO. GOOD.

10 comments:

Wen Chang said...

I would love to try out if I am in Provo ;) Living in Los Angeles, Asian community, one bite, and I could tell if it is real Asian or American-Asian ;)

Ja said...

Not that there's anything WRONG with American-Asian :)

This place looks incredible!!!! But then again, so do I when you take my pictures. So, I'll have to try this in Aug. for sure. And hit up Maestro's for dessert! That chocolate cake--is it a lava one where there's hot liquid chocolate in it? daaaaaaaaaaang that food looks freaking good.

I gotta go get me some pot sticka!

Jonathan Canlas said...

funny you mention going ja, we are totally planning a huge 7 year anniversary party there when you are here. i'll get you the details but its going to blow your mind :). see you in aug dude.

Amanda Pyper said...

Oh man that chocolate souffle looks on point. Especially after my disastrous experience last night at Happy Sumo- don't ever order the Mount Fuji.

Jonathan Canlas said...

the problem lies in HAPPY SUMO. bleh...RNB makes them look like mcdonalds, no even worse, jack in the box :)

Adhis said...

This is the second time in the last week I've seen this restaurant mentioned in someone's blog.

I think it's a cockadoodle sign.

Andy said...

The chocolate cake is lava cake - we actually overcooked this one so it would photograph better. In the restaurant we aim for about 70% goo and 30% cake (it is served with hazelnut whipped cream if the 70% goo wasn't enticing enough).

Thank you for taking such amazing photos Jonathan.

Becky said...

your detail shots are alway so dang good. your awesome.

Corey Nickols said...

Brion was telling me that Film's not dead is this Sunday in SF. I am so jealous! I want to go so bad! One of these days I will have the pleasure of meeting the great Jonathan Canlas! Next year...FND in LA! And as always, I LOVE your lighting.

P.S. You would be proud of me. I assisted on a shoot last week in Palm Springs where I had to learn how to use a Contax 645 in 5 minutes. Camera is pretty cool. The finished product was a nice reminder that film just looks better than digital in many situations....

Dainon. said...

This does look pretty delicious. I don't have much of a reason to travel to Provo to eat, but thanks for giving me the temptation. Nice work!