Super Taste specializes in hand-pulled noodles from Western China, and that’s exactly what you should be ordering here. The spicy beef soup is the best – it costs exactly $6.50 and comes in a salty and sour broth with a bunch of chilis and parsley on top. If you want to supplement your noodles, we also recommend trying the pork house bao, which come with a slab of pork belly and crushed peanuts. There are only a few tables in here and the only decorations are just a few big printed menus on the wall. Honestly, does any restaurant really need anything more than that?
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