May 13, 2009 // Franchising.com // Madison, Wisc. – Noodles & Company, the quick-casual, globally inspired noodle restaurant that serves a balanced menu of freshly sautéed Asian, Mediterranean and American cuisine, is introducing a new signature, comfort food dish to its Wisconsin menu – Spaghetti & Meatballs. This marks the first permanent noodles menu addition to the Noodles & Company line up since 2004, and will be available at all 25 Wisconsin Noodles & Company locations.
"At Noodles & Company, we're always striving to create more flavorful, balanced dishes from around the world," said Ross Kamens, Noodles & Company executive chef. "Our new Spaghetti & Meatballs is our take on a classic favorite. What really makes it special are the meatballs. Every dish is served with five baked meatballs that are a delicious blend of pork and beef with Italian herbs, parmesan and garlic. It's very hearty and satisfying."
The five meatballs are served over a bed of spaghetti noodles with a crushed tomato marinara sauce, available in regular or spicy, and are garnished with parmesan cheese. Meatballs also can be added to any of Noodles & Company's 18 menu items and are recommended with Wisconsin Mac & Cheese, Penne Rosa or Mushroom Stroganoff.
The small Spaghetti & Meatballs is $5.95 and a regular is $7.25.
Colorado-based Noodles & Company was founded in 1995 and is the world's first quick-casual, globally inspired noodle restaurant. From healthy to indulgent and spicy to comforting, Noodles & Company serves a balanced selection of Asian, Mediterranean and American inspired noodle dishes, soups and salads.
Its craveable menu is made only with fresh and wholesome ingredients. Every bowl is prepared to order in about five minutes with only the best noodles and pasta, fresh vegetables, authentic herbs and spices, artisan sauces and grilled chicken, beef, shrimp or organic tofu.
Noodles & Company believes you can eat well without compromising on taste or a nourishing meal. In fact, two thirds of its dishes are less than 500 calories. The company's educational Good Balance program was created to help guests make customizable food choices to meet their own balanced diet and needs. In recognition of its commitment to health and nutrition, Health magazine named Noodles & Company one of America's Healthiest Fast-Food restaurants in 2008 and 2009.
Noodles & Company is a tip-free zone and is open seven days a week in more than 205 locations in 18 states.