Address: 6 Jiangxi Lu

Last order: approx. 10pm

大碗牛肉拉面 6元
大腕加肉拉面11 元

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Run by a humble family whose la mian empire extends all the way from their hometown in Qinghai south to Shenzhen and east to Qingdao and Shanghai (where they have no less than six restaurants), this very clean and cute and colourful restaurant can be found at the start of Jiangxi Lu near the corner of Yan’an 3 Lu.

Their la mian is served with a fresh helping of coriander and garlic which, infused with their distinctive tasting la mian tang, gives the dish an almost la mian-meets-minestrone flavour to it, while its minimal serve of beef is compensated by some of the freshest noodles I’ve yet to savor.

Its location by Yan’an 3 Lu provides for a busy clientele during the lunch hour and, while small, the clever design seats 32 people inside on very comfy chairs, plus more out on the street. Quieter after the work day ends, this is a pleasant place to enjoy a good meal in the evening.

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