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OK Noodle in Newark

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http://www.yelp.com/biz/ok-noodle-newark

Anyone here tried this place yet? Reviewers are yelp mentioned hand-made noodles.

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  1. We ate there today and enjoyed it. The Liang Pi had a nice flavor. Had the lamb version of the "Big Plate Chicken". Didn't enjoy the lamb so much, but the noodles were good. Would try again if we're in the area.

    1. the windows mentioned hand pulled noodles though it's knife cut.
      lamb in broth was tasty/fresh.

      another attraction is the White Rice market(Burmese) in the rear of the complex. burmese take out available.

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      1. re: shanghaikid

        I can't recall how individual strands were created, but the preparation of the dough involve some degree of pulling rather than kneading:

        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9813...

        1. re: hyperbowler

          was told by the waitress the dough was hand cut with a knife, slices just a few inches, not long. hand pulling preceded this.

        2. re: shanghaikid

          Disappointed to discover that White Rice Supermarket's phone is disconnected. Guess it's out of business.
          http://www.whiterice.askforspecial.co...

          1. re: Melanie Wong

            We were there the weekend before last. Was going to poke my head into White Rice, but, indeed, they looked closed.

              1. re: Melanie Wong

                It was solid. Nothing amazing, but up there with the places we've tried in SGV. I enjoyed a dish we ordered that had small macaroni type noodles, but, unfortunately, neither of us remember the name. Lots of lamb on the menu. Glad to see more authentic Chinese places in the area.

                1. re: Martin Strell

                  The "small macaroni type noodles" are called ding ding chow mein.