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We were impressed how fast this fast food place served up the orders. And it was exquisitely tasty too.
We had the stewed pork burger which comes between two buns and served in a paper bag with the label printed on. The spicy cumin lamb...More
This evening we walked from our friends apartment to Xi’an Famous Foods restaurant to buy a few of their noodle dishes. My friend knew what we’d like do he ordered a delicious pulled flat noodle with some spices and interesting flavors. They have five degrees...More
We rode our city rental bikes here so all I can say is that the only parking available for this location is street parking, however I have no idea of the difficulty to find a spot here.
Saw this spot at a youtube channel video...More
I absolutely love X'ian cuisine and this is one of my fav spots to get X'ian food. Love their hot oil seared noodles - full of favor. Add a touch of their chili oil and it becomes even more delicious. I also enjoy their dumplings....More
It is all about the noodles here and they do not disappoint. Noodles are about texture, that chewy, slippery goodness. Arguably the best noodles in the country, Xi'an (pronounced like the English word she and name Anne) makes slurp-worthy noodles. Their meats are all cured...More
*Ordered spicy cumin lamb hand-ripped noodles just like everyone says you should and was blown away by noodles. Texture was so different to what I’m used to and makes you wish more dishes had them.
*Seasonings were interesting and hit the spot.
I love noodles. Pasta. Lo mein. Pad Thai. Matzo ball soup with noodles.But I've never had a noodle to match the amazing hand-pulled noodles at this place. I started with the Spicy cumin lamb hand-ripped noodles and they were mind-boggling. Along with a cold Coke...More
Okay.. I was so excited to eat there then I was so disappointed. . I am an Asian so I know more than Western people about noodle. The soup was bit salty. Then had to wait for bit longer than I was expected. Heyy it's...More
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