From biang-biang to liangpi to goat blood with silk noodles, I got my noodle fill in Xi'an. Check out this photo-heavy post of noodles and more, including a few video clips that show how to prepare some of my favorite dishes from my short stay in China.
True ramen fans will slurp soup even on a hot summer day. But if you're looking for a cooler alternative, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka is serving up seasonal noodles that will satisfy.
Noodles have special meaning in so many Asian cultures, ranging from longevity to general health to luck to fortune. Here are some of the best in the Seattle area.
You definitely want the hand-shaven noodles. But as the Chow Mein is a very mild dish, you’re almost obligated to balance that with something spicy at this Sichuanese restaurant. Here are a couple of favorites.
With three chalkboards chock-full of sandwiches at Delicatus, plus a winery and a variety of dinners at The Kitchen by Delicatus, there's a lot of deliciousness happening on 1st Avenue South in Pioneer Square.
Embrace the quirky experience, and you're in for a delicious bargain and some of the best Thai food in town.
Little Ting's serves my favorite noodles two ways: you po mian and "in ribs and seaweed soup."
I expect that many young, monied people will Uber their way to the stylish Girin to swig makgeolli out of metal bowls and devour plates of meats that run from raw to grilled.
Already the largest festival of its kind in Canada, the this year the event offers an expanded lineup and features top culinary stars, food producers, and restaurants from across North America and beyond.
The rule of finding quality Korean food in the Seattle area has remained largely the same over the years: Get out of town, driving well north or south of the city center. Here are some recommended restaurants.