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Crispy (but soft on the inside) Pan-Fried Noodles in Manhattan Chinatown (other than NY Noodletown)

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  • RCF Dec 6, 2012 08:43 AM
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I'm coming to NYC over the holidays and intending to have my annual fix of pan-fried noodles (preferably with barbecued pork). I usually go to NY Noodletown to satisfy my craving. However, I intend to eat out for Christmas dinner, and I suspect that NY Noodletown will be very crowded. So does anyone have any other recommendations for restaurants with good pan-fried noodles? I like them when they are crispy on the outside but soft on the inside. Only recs for Manhattan Chinatown please. Thanks for your help.

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  1. I'm pretty sure Congee Village does a nice version of this style of noodle.

    1. Golden Unicorn does it right

      1. I was quite impressed with Oriental Garden's version, but I had it with seafood - I bet they'd make it with pork if you asked, though. I like Congee Village's pan fried noodles, too.

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        1. re: small h

          I always get it with seafood

          1. re: foodwhisperer

            You'd be a fool not to. Because it's really good.

        2. Thank you all. Now I'll have to pick between the three recommended, and it won't be easy. I'm already tasting those noodles.