Xi’an Biang Biang serve hand-pulled noodles and a selection of Xi’an classics in Spitalfields. The restaurant itself is fairly simple, think metal tables and those chairs you swore off in primary school, and although some of the dishes miss the mark, the cold noodles, and vegetable wonton in chicken broth are both worth a try. If you happen to live, or work, in the area then Xi’an Biang Biang might become a regular for when you're craving noodles and soup.
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