Blog >> Eating Your Way Through China: The Must-Try Noodles in China’s Major Cities
They say that the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. For us at Servantrip, we definitely find this to be true when traveling! Cuisine helps define and explain cultures, and great food makes any city even more loveable.
When traveling in China, any tourist will find hundreds of noodle shops - a bowl of noodles is one of the great comfort foods of the country. So, in order to help you to not waste any time and find the best noodles, we’ve compiled a guide to eat your way through China. Enjoy!!
Xian Lao Man: This place is a local favorite, so don’t be surprised if you see lines out the door at lunch time! Guests can enjoy a variety of a different type of noodles, plus it is walking distance from the Lama Temple!
(Address: 252 Andingmen Bei Dajie, Dongcheng District)
Noodle Bar: Not only is Noodle Bar a feast for your taste buds, but it is also a feast for your eyes! Watch as your noodles are cooked right before you, then dive into the traditional, delicious flavors!
Noodle Loft: This cozy, unique noodle restaurant usually draws big crowds, but is definitely worth the wait! Try anything from classic to exotic flavors… but no matter what, you’ll be satisfied!
(Address: 33 Guangshun Bei Dajie, Chaoyang District)
Su Ji: Xi’an is known for the Sichuan style food and Su Ji specializes in Sichuan noodles. This inexpensive, delicious restaurant is centrally located and definitely worth a visit!
<(Address: 26, Ke Ji Lu Street, Yanta District)
Chuan Yu Ren Jia: This restaurant is adapted for Westerners - meaning the food isn’t as spicy as others you might wander into. They have several options, including great noodle dishes!
(Address: 2, Fengdeng Rd., Beilin District)
Ho Hung Kee: The noodle shop started as a food stall over 60 years ago. It’s a little pricey (the restaurant is frequented by government officials, well-known businessmen and Chinese opera stars), but the noodles, broth and wontons are all incredibly.
Good Hope Noodle: This crowded noodle shop is another that won’t disappoint! Not only does it have delicious, traditional wonton noodles, but they also have spicy minced pork sauce noodles (zha jiang) that look delicious! They have a couple of locations, so definitely try to fit them into one of your days! (Address: 18 Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok)