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Downtown Cleveland’s Tea House Noodles closes

August 6, 2018

Downtown Cleveland’s Tea House Noodles closes

CLEVELAND, Ohio - After more than two decades in the food world, Tea House Noodles has closed its doors. The little shop tucked away at 1900 East 6th St. announced that it would be “closed from this point forward” on its Facebook page this morning.

The family-owned noodle shop, currently operated by Bob Lynch, opened in 1995 and become a go-to lunch destination in downtown Cleveland. Known for its build-your-own bowl concept, customers could choose rice or noodles, pick from sauces and broths and top it with proteins and fresh veggies. Steamed buns, soups and chilis rounded out the menu.

Most of all, fans will miss their popular “Rica Rica” sauce.

“We decided that it was time to retire and it was a very bittersweet decision for us,” the Lynch family told cleveland.com “Our customers have always been our backbone and many have become part of our family. We are truly grateful for the support we received over the years and we will miss being there.”  

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