LOGAN SQUARE — Fans of Trike Thai Noodles & Sushi have a new spot to check out.
The owners of Trike (2539 N. Milwaukee Ave.) quietly opened a sister restaurant, also bicycle-themed, in the former Q-Tine storefront at 2339 N. Milwaukee Ave. last week.
It’s called Red Wheels Noodle and serves an array of Thai stir fry and noodle dishes, as well as Trike favorites, including its braised beef noodle soup with homemade broth.
According to a sign affixed to the door, the restaurant’s hours are 5-10 p.m. Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday and 5-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. It’s closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
Owner Tom Kammaty, who didn’t respond to requests for comment Tuesday, also runs Nori Sushi, which has locations in Wicker Park, Edgewater and Lakeview.
Q-Tine closed last March after less than two years of business.
The fast-casual restaurant served a combination of poutine — both classic and unconventional varieties — and traditional barbecue dishes like Memphis-style ribs, as well as a selection of inventive desserts like sweet potato poutine with apples, caramel sauce and whipped cream.
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