photo credit: Kim Fox

Noodle dishes on table

Noodle Art


Monterey Park

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight Dinner

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Noodle Art is unfussy. Expect to refill your own water cup, but also expect a menu loaded with gems from Xi’an. Start with the three-topping spicy noodles, which pile hand-pulled noodles with tomato egg stew, fatty pork cubes, a mushroom and potato medley, plus a sprinkling of scallions and chili powder. The fermented bean noodles, served with julienned cucumbers, are also worthwhile, thanks to the balance of stewed umami sauce, sticky noodles, and fresh cucumbers. Chilled sesame noodles are nutty and spicy, lightened up by a fistful of crunchy beansprouts. And if you have room for a little snack, get the pork “burger,” a toasted flatbread sandwich filled with carnitas-esque fatty shredded pork.

Noodle Art storefront

photo credit: Kim Fox

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