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The toppings for the crossing bridge rice noodles.

Oodle Yunnan Rice Noodle

Chinese

Richmond

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight Dinner
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There’s basically one thing on the menu at Oodle Yunnan Rice Noodle in The Richmond and it’s the Yunnan-style crossing bridge rice noodles. This dish consists of a combination of chicken, pork bone, and Yunnan ham broths served in individually sized stone bowls alongside separate silky rice noodles and a variety of toppings. The fun part is that the toppings (like chives, ham, corn, goji berries, and quail egg) are served on a cute little wooden bridge. While you can technically choose your own adventure, you’ll be heavily encouraged to drop everything into the boiling hot soup. There are 10 different broth options, but we like the original crossing bridge rice noodles with sliced beef for its slightly sour taste, and the Yunnan spicy small pot noodles with tender chopped pork for its kick. The tables at this cafe-like space are a bit on the smaller side, especially when you consider everything that has to fit on the table, but don’t worry. You can fit all your friends in for a quick meal—given that you’re open to some light squeezing.

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