photo credit: Kim Fox

Spread of Chong Qing noodle dishes

Chong Qing Special Noodles


San Gabriel

$$$$Perfect For:LunchQuick Eats

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If it’s your first time at Chong Qing Special Noodles, order the namesake dish, the #30, or Chongqing handmade noodles. Thick threads of noodles are paired with bok choy, ground pork, and a fried egg, while the broth has the signature tingly heat of Sichuan cuisine and a puckery flavor from pickled veggies that settle to the bottom of the bowl. For something not as mouth-numbing but still comforting, there are hand-pulled tomato and egg noodles and soybean paste noodles. Round out your meal with an order of their Sichuan dumplings: thin, flat pork-filled patties with chewy skins. The chili crisp heaped on top might induce a runny nose, but it’ll be worth it.

Chong Qing Special Noodles exterior

photo credit: Kim Fox

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