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Yatka Mein Soup

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jammb Jan 28, 2007 05:10 PM

When I was a kid, every Chinese restaurant in the area had a soup on the menu called Yatka Mein Soup. It was basically noodle soup with strips of shredded pork. The noodles were always flat, long, and maybe 1/8" wide. With one exception - South Pacific in Newton - I don't see it around at all anymore. Does anyone know of any restaurants in the area that still make this soup?

Thanks.

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    thinkemm RE: jammb Jul 5, 2008 09:55 AM

    There is a place near Providence, RI that has "Yatka Mein" on one of three menus, the "Szechuan and Hunan Style" menu. Here are links to all three:

    1. Szechuan and Hunan Style - http://www.luckyandpearl.com/american...
    2. Dum Sum - http://www.luckyandpearl.com/dimsum.php
    3. Chinatown Style - http://www.luckyandpearl.com/chinesem...

    It's worth a trip from Boston for the stir fried fish with tofu as well as others.

    -Former Bostonian

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      mathteacher RE: thinkemm Jul 5, 2008 10:29 PM

      A new takeout place opened in ROslindale this week and it has Yatka Mein soup on the menu. I was wondering what it was...the place is called Hong Kong 888 Cafe

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      Zatan RE: jammb Jul 11, 2008 12:31 PM

      They have this on the menu at Golden Tample in Brookline....I've never eaten or seen it so can't tell if it's what you're after.

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        OCtransplant RE: jammb Sep 12, 2008 01:18 PM

        Beansprout Restaurant in Malden has Yatka Mein on the menu. I have never ordered it myself. Online menu at http://www.maldenhomepage.com/Userfil...

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