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Fresh Chinese Noodles overseen by the Master Noodle maker at King Won Ton

yimster Jan 7, 2009 06:44 PM

After my last visit to King Won Ton last week, my cousin who live in the area and has noodles at least twice a week was able to talk to the Master noodle maker Mr. Chin if he could buy the hand pulled and bamboo noodles.

He was informed that Mr Chin oversee the noodles, won ton skin and other fresh pasta products made by

North America Food Manufacturing

These pasta products are available at 99Ranch for one.

I was able to purchase some from 99Ranch today and had them for dinner tonight. Very good and had a decent bounce to the bite.

Not as good at King Won Ton (not the noodles by my lack of skill).

Will be trying more products later.

King Won Ton
1936 Irving St, San Francisco, CA 94122

  1. Xiao Yang Jan 28, 2009 05:58 PM

    For the record. I checked at May Wah today and they had two products from North American Foods: fine HK-style noodles, and flat linguine-width noodles.

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      Breakbread Jan 15, 2009 12:23 PM

      I will definitely try this place

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      1. re: Breakbread
        ThaDu Jan 21, 2009 05:45 PM

        i bought north american foods noodles in pacific east mall 99 ranch in richmond yesterday. they carry on two kinds egg noddle and regular noodle.

      2. Melanie Wong Jan 14, 2009 03:06 PM

        Just wanted to mention that I looked for the noodles at the 99 Ranch in Milpitas yesterday and it had no noodles of any kind from North America Food.

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        1. re: Melanie Wong
          yimster Jan 14, 2009 05:33 PM

          I got mine at Foster City and Curpertino 99Ranch stores.

          Have not been to the Milpitas store in a while.

          1. re: yimster
            Xiao Yang Jan 15, 2009 09:33 AM

            Has anyone checked New May Wah? They seem to always have about 100 different kinds of fresh noodles.

            1. re: Xiao Yang
              yimster Jan 15, 2009 09:42 AM

              Well not everyone lives in the City. I only come up if I really need items not normally available down south. I am sure there are lots of place stocking many brands of noodles.

          2. re: Melanie Wong
            Melanie Wong Jan 20, 2009 06:51 AM

            I shopped at the 99 Ranch in Dublin yesterday and it doesn't carry North American Food's noodles either.

          3. k
            kc72 Jan 12, 2009 02:18 PM

            Bought 2 packs of fresh NAFM egg noodles for .79 each at 99 Ranch Richmond today -- did not see any other varieties.

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            1. re: kc72
              gordon wing Jan 20, 2009 03:13 PM

              Today at the 99 Ranch in Richmond there were 3 varieties of noodles from NA Foods. The very thin wunton noodles, and then two sizes of fresh egg noodles: one pretty thin and one big size fresh egg noodle - the size often seen used for chow mein at chinese delis.

              1. re: gordon wing
                gordon wing Jan 21, 2009 10:25 AM

                used the wuntun noodles in a bowl of soup this morning - very nice texture : did not get mushy.

                1. re: gordon wing
                  yimster Jan 21, 2009 08:02 PM

                  I find that when I under cook them a little the heat from the soup finishes the noodles just right. Of course I will need a lot more time at the store to find the prefect cooking time. But nothing better on a cold night to keep you warm.

                2. re: gordon wing
                  kc72 Jan 21, 2009 06:00 PM

                  Thanks.. wonder what day(s) they deliver to Richmond. I used the ones I got for chow mein, turned out pretty good.

                  1. re: kc72
                    gordon wing Jan 21, 2009 08:10 PM

                    I bought my noodles on Tuesday around Noon and they had a good supply of all three varieties.

              2. j
                jhleung Jan 8, 2009 06:10 PM

                Thanks! Good to know. I will have to re-test North America Food Wonton Noodle against my current favorite-noodle-when-making-it-at-home: PF select Authentic HK Style Noodle.

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                1. re: jhleung
                  yimster Jan 8, 2009 07:27 PM

                  Hong Kong noodle factory was my brand of choice, but I am now doing a my test in comparing the new brand. Do not know when Mr Chin started at North America.

                  But I have had one type of noodles and will try another one soon. I will report back

                  1. re: yimster
                    chocolatetartguy Jan 9, 2009 12:01 PM

                    I like Hong Kong Noodle Factory's product too. Where do you buy it besides Orient Market in Oakland Ctown?

                    1. re: chocolatetartguy
                      yimster Jan 9, 2009 07:03 PM

                      Well, do not know about the East Bay, but I have purchase it at 99Ranch on the West Bay.

                      I have seen it San Francisco Asian stores.

                      1. re: yimster
                        Xiao Yang Jan 9, 2009 08:22 PM

                        It's pretty ubiquitous at Chinatown stores. It's almost the default brand for stores. that only carry one brand.

                2. Melanie Wong Jan 7, 2009 06:56 PM

                  Here's my old post on North America's noodles,

                  Were you able to buy the very thin bamboo pole noodles at Ranch 99 besides the regular stock?

                  North America Food
                  1175 Quesada Ave, San Francisco, CA

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                  1. re: Melanie Wong
                    yimster Jan 7, 2009 07:07 PM

                    Yes, I was able to buy both the very thin noodles like the Bamboo noodles and the thicker noodle lik e hand pulled thickness.

                    Only had the very thin one tonight the thicker one tomorrow.

                    78 cent for the thicker and 1.18 for the very thin.

                    Have a package of each.

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