photo credit: Matt Gendal

Noodles dishes at Shaanxi Datang

Shaanxi Datang


West Covina

$$$$Perfect For:Dining Solo

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One of the specialties at Shaanxi Datang is liang pi, or spicy cold noodles from China’s Shaanxi province. It’s a particularly refreshing dish perfect for summer thanks to the combination of tart vinegar, fresh cucumber, and stretchy chilled noodles. In terms of sauce, the liang pi here comes with either chili crisp or a nutty sesame dressing. Their hot hand-pulled noodle dishes are equally special: there are stir-fried noodles slicked with oily lamb and nose-tickling cumin, and hot-and-sour noodles with stewed tofu, pork, and cubed potatoes that will clear your sinuses.

Exterior signage of Shaanxi Datang

photo credit: Matt Gendal

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