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In search for Xi'an food Apr 14, 2013
On my last trip to Jordan I planned to dine at this place but could not find it because it was actually located on Saigon Street and behind the street sign that saids Saigon Street too.
Waited a while before I could get a seat and when I sat down I looked at the picture menu and the English menu to see what to order.
I really wanted to order the bread with meat but it was sold out.
There were interesting historical figures on the table.
Fried red beancurd chicken wings:
The red beancurd was quite salty after it had been fried.
Wide strip noodles with oil and fennel dumplings:
See how green it was.
If the dumpling wrap was thinner it would have been perfect.
Ribs and noodles:
Fried dumplings filled with black sesame paste:
It was quite funny when they brought it out because they apologised that they were not meant to look like "tsee-goo-ding" ie the male reproductive organ of a child!
Apart from the appearance they tasted quite nice but the glutinous exterior was slightly dry.
Service charge: no
Yummy factor: ok
MSG levels: slight
Napkins provided: no
English Menu: Yes
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