While the Korean version of zha jiang mian fairs on the sweeter side and in fact sweeter than Iโ€™d prefer, itโ€™s hard to find good Chinese zha jiang mian for some reason. Most of my experiences ended up feeling unsatisfactory, with sauces tasting bland or noodles being so dry they clump up together. But apart from their famed wantons, this stall does a good job with their noodles too. Their handmade noodles were qq, chewy with a slight bounce in every bite. I loved how the fried bean sauce was saucy enough to make my noodles slurpy, and savoury enough to leave me wanting for more. Slathered in bean sauce was a pretty generous amount of minced pork that made sure you got some meat with every bite of noodles.


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