The vegan options at Noodles and Company are pretty solid. There are a couple outright vegan options that you can order straight off the menu like the Japanese Pan Noodles and Spicy Peanut Saute. They also have a few more dishes that can be made vegan with just a couple small modifications which we detail below. They also offer a seasoned tofu that can be added to dishes. Here’s everything vegan at Noodles & Company:
Vegan Options at Noodles & Company
Zoodles And Caulifloodles
- Cauliflower Rigatoni Fresca with Shrimp – Order with NO Shrimp and NO Parmesan Cheese
- Penne Rosa – Order with NO Light Cream and NO Parmesan Cheese
- Spaghetti and Meatballs – Order with NO meatballs and NO Parmesan Cheese
- Grilled Orange Chicken Lo Mein – Order with NO Chicken
- Japanese Pan Noodles
- Spicy Peanut Saute
- Spicy Korean Beef Noodles – Order with NO Steak
- Med Salad with Chicken – Order with NO Med Dressing, NO Chicken and NO Feta Cheese
- Chicken Veracruz Salad – Order with NO Jalapeno Ranch Dressing, NO Chicken and NO Bacon
- Tossed Green Salad
Noodles & Company Vegan FAQ
Does Noodles & Company have tofu?
Yes. They offer a seasoned tofu that can be added to dishes. Check with your server.
VeggL Cheat Sheet Guides
Ryan’s Pick: The Spicy Peanut Saute is my favorite. I always ask them to add tofu as well and it’s never been an issue.
Jen’s Pick: I’ve not been to a Noodles and Company yet. I’ll update here when I do.
- Noodles and Company is a fast casual chain with almost 500 locations across the US in 30 different states specializing in International and American noodle dishes and pasta. Noodles was founded in Denver, Colorado and Colorado is still the state with the most locations (60 at the time of this writing)
- If you’d like to check out Noodle and Company’s full menu, head over their Official Menu Page
- Noodles and Company has a pretty unique allergen and ingredients section on their website. Their MyMenu Page allows you to check vegan and the MyMenu feature not only eliminates items that don’t meet your requirement, but gives you suggestions on substitutions. The information on this page was pulled from there.
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