These Katy restaurants helped out with Harvey recovery efforts, Part 3: Tiger Noodle House

The restaurant served meals around the Katy area.

The restaurant served meals around the Katy area.

Community Impact Newspaper spoke to some of the several Katy area restaurants that contributed to relief efforts during and after Tropical Storm Harvey.

What they serve: The local Chinese restaurant takes inspiration from several provinces and serves dishes, such as spicy pots seafood, beef noodle soups and vegetarian items.

How they helped: Restaurant owner Tiger Wang said after closing one day, his staff served meals mostly to first responders Aug. 28.

He said staff also delivered complimentary meals to fire stations, including Station No. 3 of the Harris County Emergency Services District No. 48, the West I-10 Volunteer Fire Department, and the Willowfork Fire Department. Tiger Noodle House also took meals to Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital and Houston Methodist West Hospital.

The restaurant provided food for Citizens for Animal Protection as well as to Jester State Prison Farm staff in Richmond, which had already evacuated prisoners before the storm's peak.

Wang said each day since the storm, he has donated between 80 and 100 meals to the Katy community, including residents going back to their homes to clean out the debris. He said there was no particular reason he decided to give back.

“I live in this community,” he said. “Everybody is so nice—they help me a lot. I’m always grateful.”

Tiger Noodle House
21977 I-10, Katy