Vancouver’s Fat Mao Noodles announces new beverage program and business hours

The popular noodle joint just became fully licensed 

Photo of chef Angus An and wine consultant Kurtis Kolt by Anjali Spooner

With the reputation of being one of Western Canada’s most popular noodle joints long since secured, Vancouver’s Fat Mao Noodles just gave patrons a new cause for excitement with the recent announcement that it has officially become a fully licensed eatery and will be offering both a new beverage program and expanded hours of operation. 

Heading up the beverage program at Fat Mao is award-winning wine consultant Kurtis Kolt and Maenam alumni Diego Vergel, who have created a drinks list featuring a few inventive cocktails, a lineup of local craft beers, and a selection of cool wines by the can. 



"Maintaining a great beverage program in a quick-service environment is not easy." explains Fat Mao founder Angus An. "Up until now, quality assurance has been an expensive and daunting undertaking. Only a small percentage of our guests want a glass of wine or a cocktail with their meal. Having a dedicated bartender scheduled is not realistic, and bottle service just isn't the right fit."

Both Fat Mao Noodles locations will now be open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. More information along with current menus, delivery options, and up-to-date specials can be found online.