My wife and I came here to meet up with my daughter for lunch. This is our first time. The noodles were really good. The dried chicken was a little bit hard, tasted like microwave fried chicken. Other than that the rest of the foods were really good. The drinks were a bit too sweet for me. It's definitely a place on the list for revisit.#jltwebsolutions
perfectly chewy and thick lanzhou style noodles. amazing comfort food, especially for a rainy day! the egg & tomato sauce was savory and a bit sweet, and the beef brisket noodle soup was so well flavored. cucumber salad was also scrumptious!
The restaurant serves a wide variety of noodle dishes, many of which come in soup. Some are definitely reminiscent of dishes that my Chinese mother would make. There are a number of options for sides and appetizers, as well as some sweet drinks. The restaurant itself is relatively unassuming, a stretch of booths and some tables. They currently take all their orders completely digitally, either through a touchscreen at the entrance or via a Web page accessed via QR code.
I've been a fan of their chili oil as it's very fragrant and flavorful. After coming across the restaurant, I knew I had to try them out even when I'm not hungry at all. I liked they had different noodle sizes that you can try and get it as a soup or stir fry. I ordered original beef noodle soup with extra wide noodles and also a couple side items. You can taste that the noodles are fresh hand pulled and had a good texture. The broth was also flavorful and when you add their chili oil, it just brings it up to another level. My only complaint is that I wished they had a bigger soup spoon.
Haven’t been here for a long time. This time I tried the latest menu. None of them worth a try. 1. Beef rib bone with ramen Beef salty and less meat. Dry skin 2. Chicken gizzard Not homemade. Just import from supermarket and added some spicy dumb sauce. 3. Spicy chicken Same as gizzard. Taste like plastic. 4. Dingding stir fried noodles Normal taste in Seattle
Not a bad restaurant but I doubt I'd go back. INTERIOR: Overall a decent establishment. Nothing fancy, pretty simple, but I wouldnt say it was 100% clean. The table we sat down at looked like it hadnt been wipe down. Though it was sticky so this may just be imprints from overuse old table... Not sure if the contactless ordering and payment is due to the pandemic but it was very user friendly. STAFF: The staff wasnt rude per se but they were not friendly. I would say its a typical Chinese restaurant where you dont for customer service. They didnt greet us when we entered and they didnt say anything to us when we left. FOOD: I was a little disappointed as this place was recommended by friends. The food did come up very quickly which is a huge plus. 1. Crispy beef patty under side dish, S1 - What came out of the kitchen looked like the menu photo. There wasnt as much beef inside the patty as I hoped. The exterior was hot and crispy. 2. Rou Jia Mo under side dish, S3 - DID NOT look like the menu photo. The menu photo had large cube pork whereas what I got looked like bbq pulled pork or sloppy joe. The meat had enough sauce that everything was moist but didnt have a lot of flavor. The exterior, the bread, was dry. You could see that they used too much flour. 3. Beef Fried Handmade Noodle under Noodles, L6 - It looked similar to the menu as in it was a noodle dish. But if you told me the dish was something else, I would believe you. There was some flavor to it but it was pretty greasy.
Generous portions for noodles, tasty and comforting broth, and great variety of noodles! Their plum juice is also a bonus. Prompt service - was seated right away and food came quick after ordering through phone/QR code.
Every once in a while I’d crave for Lanzhou La Mein, and this time it doesn’t disappoint. Big bowl of noodle soup with your choice of thickness for noodles, tons of appetizer small dishes to choose from. Good customization and very simple ordering menu with pictures. My Pom Pom approves!
All the way down from Canada and tasted the Lanzhou noodle soup. It’s very closed to what I had before in Lanzhou China. The hot pepper sauce needs improvement though. The crispy beef patty is so so. Too salty to me and not much beef but green onion. Not closed to the same item in China. The other noodle is okay.
The actual star should be 3.5, the extra 0.5 is due to there isn’t any better Lanzhou noodle nearby. I ordered the Original Handmade Beef Noodle Soup. Size: good and enough to be full Taste: beef is good, but soup is very mediocre. Misc: Spicy oil is red but not spicy and there is no soy sauce. Environment: all their tables are four-seat tables, not reasonable for a quick bite that caters to 1-2 people, so the waitlist was abnormally long.