With a bite of the springy hand-pulled noodles, the melt-in-your-mouth beef, a bit of homemade fresh chili oil, and a sip of the rich broth, you can't help but wonder about the magical power of a plain bowl of beef noodles. Simplicity is beautiful.
A bowl of hot, spicy delight, deceptively simple soup, consisting of a flavorful broth, various choice of meat, tender Chinese radish slices, lots of cilantro and scallion, choice of deep red chili oil, and chewy handmade noodles. It's has the majority vote among 1.4 billion very culinary-conscious Chinese citizens.
Noodles are not pre-make, but rather hand-pull from dough at the same time when customers order. The process involves taking a lump of dough and repeatedly stretching it to produce many strands of thin, long noodles. Lamian is what we call it, the most common and popular throughout China.