Re: Favorite Foods
It's common at most Chinese resturants here in Rowland Heights, California. It's pretty traditional. That's just what it is called. I still remember it from the menu.
Have you ever tried the beef noodle soup or seafood noodle soup or any noodle soup? It comes in a pretty big bowl with meat of your choice, different style of noodles (depending on your taste), spinach or cabbage, soup of course, and side dish of whatever those noodle soup comes with (fried vegetables or cold appetizers). They are the best. I love the pan-fried dumplings. Especially when you mix vinegar, soy sauce, and sesame oil together to make a dipping sauce out of it for the dumplings.
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