Shyster wrote:Went last night with my brother and sister-in-law to Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill. We ordered five spice eggplant, soup dumplings, veggie dumplings, shao mai, bok choy with minced pork, potstickers, and rolled pancakes, and I further ordered a bowl of Szechuan Dan Dan noodles. The wheat noodles and dumplings are all made in house behind a big glass window, and everything was delicious. When they say something is spicy, they mean it. Szechuan food is supposed to be spicy, and I was sweating away while eating my Dan Dan noodles. The most expensive item on the menu is $12, and portion sizes aren't small, so you can order a variety without breaking the bank. Highly recommended.
For all the asian restaurants in squirrel hill, Everyday Noodle is my favorite. Chaya is a great Japanese restaurant and Coriander is standard indian fare. I enjoy the scallion pancake things, potstickers, cold chicken sesame noodle and Dan Dan Noodles.