This Prince Street restaurant is the place for anyone who loves Taiwanese braised beef noodle soup as much as we do. You can return multiple times for variations on this dish alone: There’s the classic with just beef short rib, the classic with short rib and extremely tender tripe and tendon, tomato beef noodle soup, or spicy beef noodle soup. Each comes with ultra-springy noodles that retain their texture even as they sit in the broth for a while. The braised pork rice is equally great here, as is the aromatic sesame oil chicken soup. You can wash everything down with a milk tea or milk tea “slushie,” which is more smoothie-like.
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