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allisonw Jan 1, 2008 07:35 PM

Anyone tried it? I see they have the hand shaven noodles.

  1. seattledebs Jan 3, 2008 05:44 PM

    I've also had really satisfying food from this place. A friend of mine used to live in the neighborhood, and we got food from there a bunch of times. You're right about the green beans, Freida. Yum.

    1. frygirl Jan 3, 2008 03:58 PM

      Try the "hot and spicy fish." That's exactly how it's listed on the menu. It's white fish perfectly poached in a very spicy broth/oil mixture. I love this dish! I second the recommendation for their dry cooked string bean, but don't get it with seafood - it comes with greasy fried fish. Ick. Go for the tofu version.

      1. dagoose Jan 2, 2008 08:57 AM

        It's on 85th, just west of Greenwood, directly across from Gordito's. I used to live near here and my favorite thing about it was definetly the delivery. They have decent hand shaved noodles, though I have found that the beef in their chow mein to be quite overdone. It's cheap and enjoyable. Recently I stopped by to try their hot pot and found it to be the least good of those that I have tried. Conclusion: A good place if you are in the neighborhood, but I wouldn't go out of the way....

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          staffstuff Jan 2, 2008 08:00 AM

          where exactly is this place?

          1. Freida Jan 2, 2008 07:20 AM

            I love this place. The noodles actually aren't my favorite - I find them too heavy - but they make the best darned dry-fried green beans with tofu, and the cumin lamb is fabulous, too. And for hardly any money you can feed a huge group of people and take home wonderful leftovers. The decor ain't much, but the family that runs the place is really nice and we've always had good service.

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