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Posted on: April 17, 2023

B.W. Noodle Company Offers Thai Favorites in Town Center

B.W. Noodle Company ribbon cutting 2023: A group of people with a pink ribbon with red bows.

The City Council welcomed B.W. Noodle Company, a Thai eatery, to Mountlake Terrace Town Center with a ribbon cutting Saturday.

B.W. Noodle opened in recent months at 23202 57th Ave. W, near Double DD Meats. The restaurant provides a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, with lots of options for customization through a small menu specializing in Thai noodles.

Owner Rylee Willis named B.W. Noodle after her mother.

“Our Thai food makes us a little different than others because it is solely her recipe and how she wants it to taste,” Willis said. “We are family-owned, and you can often find Rylee and B.W. in the kitchen.”

Members of their family also own Thai Golden Bowl in Kirkland.

Saturday’s celebration included Mayor Kyoko Matsumoto-Wright, Mayor Pro Tem Bryan Wahl and Councilmembers Erin Murray, Rory Paine-Donovan, Rick Ryan and Steve Woodard.

“Our growing restaurant scene is a testament to the long-term planning for Town Center,” Mayor Matsumoto-Wright said. “We’re seeing renewed vitality here, with more places to eat and shop. This creates opportunities to obtain goods and services close to home, and keep your dollars in your community.” 

B.W. Noodle Company
23202 57th Ave. W, 425-981-5420  


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