Bob’s Noodle 66

Bob’s Noodle 66, 200 N. Washington St., Rockville, MD, 301-315-6668, usually open, cash only. (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [Yelp | Don Rockwell]


Superb Chinese food, nor is it replicated by the other best Chinese places around. More Taiwanese than most local Chinese restaurants. The thick noodles are amazing. I loved the fish and the ginger casseroles. Get the oyster pancake as a starter. The last fish dish, lightly fried fish in a sweet and sour sauce, is a knock-out. Not to mention the tempura soft shell crab. Right now this is the best Chinese place around. I wouldn’t pretend that I have discovered the best dishes here yet, but you can’t go wrong, even if you don’t usually like duck blood.

Also see Bob’s 88 Shabu Shabu

Update May 2013: The old location (305 Washington) is now Bob’s Shanghai 66.

Update January 2007: This restaurant is now in slight decline.

Seafood Combo Thick Noodle Soup
Seafood Combo Thick Noodle Soup

Ginger Chicken Casserole
Ginger Chicken Casserole

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  1. Hobnobblog says:

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  5. Andy says:

    Agree. My wife is from Taiwan, and this is the closest she can find to home.

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