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Jenni’s Noodle House Opens Fourth Houston Location

More noodles is always a good thing

Jenni’s on Richmond
Phaedra Cook
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

When you take a look at many of Houston’s newest restaurant arrivals, a clear trend emerges: noodles are Space City’s hottest new food. Along with the impending arrivals of spots like Agu Ramen and Ramen Tatsu-ya, a Houston favorite is now making the city a little bit more noodley.

Announced via release, Jenni’s Noodle House’s fourth Houston outpost is now serving up its Thai-inspired noodles at 3773 Richmond Avenue. The new space is a beaut thanks to its bright red interior and brown accents, created using a Japanese technique that involves charring wood to preserve it and develop the rich color. There’s also an anime mural in the works for one of the walls along Richmond Ave.

Jenni’s Noodle House is the definition of a Houston success story. The mini-chain has been open for the past sixteen years, and in that time, has amassed a legion of noodle devotees thanks to its involvement with community nonprofits and those addictive TNG Noodles.

Jenni’s Noodle House on Richmond is now open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays. Go forth, and slurp on.