Once you’ve sat down at Chew Fun, poured their electric chilli oil over your noodles, and happily slurped face down into your bowl, then you’ll understand why noodle soup is a meal for every season. The spot in between Whitechapel and Spitalfields is a specialist in Guilin fun - a rice noodle that’s eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the southern Chinese city. We usually opt for noodles with broth as it’s more likely than not what everyone needs, because England, and both the braised niurou fun (beef shin) and paigu fun (pork rib) toppings were offer the fiery comfort that everyone needs.
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