|779 60th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220, USA
This is good, classic, clean soup with a hefty serving of fresh hand pulled noodles. I got the pork ribs noodle soup. It may be light in flavor for some that prefer richer soups but if you're looking for a good cheap lunch without the guilt of oil and high sodium, this leaves you feeling full and good about what you ate. It's cash only, and they don't speak too much English, but they'll bring you your bowl piping hot and even clear it away. It's a small place and most diners are quick eaters. It's my new go-to for hand pulled noodles in this area.
Their beef noodle soup is good. Service is fast.
Almost every time I'm in bklyn I have to stop in here. The food is excellent and affordable. You have to ask for chopped cilantro when you order. It used to be on the table but I guess people were gross and that's why we can't have nice things.
Still, go and try the soup. I'm never disappointed by this place. And everyone is so incredibly nice. I'm in the mood for their soup right now. ????
Seriously good, though a tad bland(for my fiery Indian taste buds..Guilty, I know)..A matter rectified by dunking half a bowl of chilli oil and sriracha into the vegetable broth...Nourishing, heart warming and so comforting.. the owners are such gracious, kind and warm hearted people. My sister and I stopped by at 11.30 pm. They are supposed to close at 12.00...But the so generously served us.. THE BEST scallion pancakes ever! The gentleman speaks English...The lady does not..But her smile makes up for it.. Bless you guys !
I may have just found my new spot for hand pulled noodles on 8th ave! I know of this place, was always skeptical about it for some reason until yesterday.
Didn't know what to get, so I got the House Special Hand Pulled Noodles. Hey, can't go wrong if a little of everything came in it, especially on first visit, get to taste a bit of everything for future reference. Delicious toppings included tripe, beef stew, pork chop, vegetables, and fried egg in the bowl. The thickness of the noodle strands were pulled consistently, and stretched to about an arm span's length.
Scallion Pancake (thought I could use a small snack). The guy asked with or without egg. Never heard of scallion pancakes with egg before so I stayed on the safe side and went without. Best pancakes I've had in a long time! Lightly crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside (I'm definitely coming back for the egg). The smell of it was incredible, something simple done just right.
For the portions of the food, the prices can't be beat. NO tips required! Don't forget to try their sauces lined up by the counter!