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An Ogden original, this colorful design--on soft-and-comfy, tri-blend fabric--is a nod to the thousands of deep-fried shrimp that were pounded flat by Uncle Leo himself.
History: After 60 years — the restaurant first opened on Grant Avenue in the ’40s and then moved to Washington Boulevard in the ’70s — the Utah Noodle Parlor closed its doors in 2012. Leo Iseki bought the restaurant from his aunt after he served as an Army cook in World War II. He and wife, Mamiyo, worked hard, staffing the business with family and with friends who soon became like family. The Isekis had no children, but raised Leo’s niece and two nephews, who grew up with the family business.