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Wen Cheng II


Prenzlauer Berg

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Wen Cheng serves traditional Chinese hand-pulled noodles, and is so popular that there are two locations on the same street, about a 25-minute walk apart. We prefer Wen Cheng II at Schönhauser Allee 10, since it’s significantly bigger and offers a better view of the staff stretching out that noodle dough. It’s walk-in only, so the line can get long—your best bet is to visit right when they open for weekend lunch at noon. Our go-to order is the biang biang beef noodles, made to your desired level of spiciness (the “Asian spicy” option will test you), with a Sichuan fried chicken bao on the side.

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