This installment of Exploring Legacy Hall, One Bite at a Time has us using our noodles trying to figure out what noodles and monkey kings have in common and also what exactly a monkey king is. Like is the king of monkeys who loves noodles? We need some clarification here so we’re investigating Monkey King Noodle Company 3 or MK3 as its called.
According to the Legacy Hall’s website description, MK3 is all about the noodles and less about the primates:
There’s no monkey-ing around when it comes to how good the noodles and dumplings are from MK3, Chef Andrew’s newest outpost on the 3rd floor of the Hall. This hidden gem is a spin-off from his famed Monkey King Noodle Co. in Deep Ellum, where Andrew brings legitimate Northern Chinese and Taiwanese street food in a made to order fashion, like the real night markets he enjoyed back home. Come on over, all monkeys are welcome!
Now we got excited about monkeys however Legacy Hall’s customer service line informed us that monkeys aren’t allowed so we grumpily assume they mean ‘monkeys’ in the figurative sense. Fine. Well, the noodles sound delicious anyway so we scurried over to the website to steal the menu.
Here’s what folks are saying about their experiences at MK3.
Now it’s your turn. Have you been to Monkey King Noodle Company? How about Legacy Hall? What has your experience been like? We’d love to hear from you! We’d also love to hear from any of the stall owners at Legacy Hall. What has your journey been like? What would you like the public to know about you and your company?
Write to us and let us know and we might just feature you in an upcoming blog!
Legacy West is in our heart, so much so we’ve even built a home here and created a one-of-a-kind map that helps you get around Legacy West. You can check it out here, and always check back as we update the map when we visit different locations.