Xi'an Noodle House Seattle

Went to this plain, unassuming place in the University District yesterday. Was outstanding. Although there are other things on the menu, it’s all about the wide, hand-torn, biang biang noodles. There are about 10 biang biang dishes, with a choice between soup and non-soup versions. Wahine had the non-soup version of a ground lamb and cumin prep, and I had the souped Qin Mountain prep with chunk lamb and black fungus. All biang biang is $9.95.

Here’s the review that drew us here: http://www.seattletimes.com/life/food-drink/xian-noodles-some-of-the-very-best/

We’re going back soon for the “Tingly Beef”.



Second this endorsement. Just tried numerous dishes and like most of them, with the highlights being the biang biang noodles with cumin lamb, and also really liked the lotus root salad in a Sichuan-style sauce. Like Kaleo, I want to tree the tingly beef.

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Hi, equinoise:

Glad you liked it! Have you tried anything from the takeout case? Please report on what you think of the Tingly Beef.


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Making noodles. Phongdien Town, Cantho City, Southern Vietnam.
Credit: CiaoHo