This tiny storefront may look like any other noodle joint, but its humble appearance belies its culinary prowess. The restaurant serves authentic Shaanxi snacks, which can be best described as some of the heartiest and delicious chow that China has to offer. The handmade dumplings are amazing, especially if they’re fattened up with lamb and scallion oil. Then there’s the signature biang biang mien, which are extremely long and wide al dente noodle sheets designed
to be anointed with chili oil, scallions, and marinated spareribs. Definitely check this place out.
Keybond Commercial Building, 38 Ferry St., entrance on Saigon St., Jordon, Hong Kong, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong–China