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We ordered their signature Beef Brisket and Homemade Dumplings in Clear Noodles Soup.
Decent quality of Beef Brisket.
Homemade Dumplings and Noodles are Fresh and Tasty.
The Clear Broth are simply the best.
The place is tiny but it’s all worth it.
I got a very basic curry beef noodle with e noodles (咖喱牛腩伊麵）, which I think cost like $55. The taste of everything is really superb, and I just wish they would give you some more noodles. Otherwise, this place is perfect.
There is a lot of competition around this area actually, since there is a beef noodle shop just next door, and another really good one a few blocks down. However, I would say this place is my favorite overall
Both were delicious, but the brisket in particular was amazing, so tender and flavoursome . The Dan Dan noodles come with a slightly creamier sauce compared to the traditional Cantonese broth, with a mild peanut butter hint. The noodles are also a little thicker and reminiscent of thin Shanghainese noodles.
The most popular dishes from spying foods ordered by other tables were the rice noodles in soup. Beef brisket is definitely popular, but many also ordered side dishes of turnip and vegetables. So it seems only right to return and try the rice noodles in soup.
All in all, lovely food for the price and would most definitely return.