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China Magic Noodle House 蘭州手拉麵館 is the only hand made noodle restaurant in Chandler near LEE LEE Oriental Super Market.

China Magic Noodle House offers many delicious soup noodles, appetizers and fried noodles. etc.

Mon-Thu: 11 am - 9:30 pm
Fri-Sat: 11 am - 10 pm
Sun: 11 am - 9:30 pm

China Magic Noodle House Was Featured on AZCentral:
Chef-owner Bin Li's kitchen accomplice Qiang Zhang is a noodle-whisperer and what he can do with dough - twist it, twirl it, swing it, stretch it and whip it good - borders on sleight of hand. Watching him work behind the kitchen window is fun, but not half as much fun as eating his slippery handiwork.

The menu features 14 appetizers, including Japanese yakitori, deep-fried mantou (buns), deep-fried tofu and marinated beef, plus four fried-rice dishes (none of which I tried because this is a noodle house, for Pete's sake). But the bulk of the menu (21 selections) is built around noodles, which show up boiled, braised, fried or served in soups. Fat, doughy dumplings, stuffed with pork and green onion, are offered steamed or pan-fried with thin, garlicky dipping sauce. Both preparations are good, just depends on your preference for doughy tenderness or browned crunchiness.

Pig ear also comes two ways: marinated or hot and spicy.
For many Anglos, the very thought of them may be a turnoff. Even for brave-hearts, their rubbery texture can be a little disconcerting. Pickled strings of carrot and radish make for tangy-sweet contrast.

The kitchen turns out five kinds of noodles and their names, when translated to English, can be confusing. Vegetable noodles, for example, are vermicelli-like noodles that have nothing to do with vegetables.

You can study the noodle pictures on the menu and choose accordingly or (better yet) ask your server for a little advice. Some noodles lend themselves better to particular dishes.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/thingstodo/dining/articles/2010/06/25/20100625china-magic-noodle-house-chandler-review.html#ixzz1rtyCcBHf
2015 N. Dobson Rd., Chandler, AZ 85224
480-786-8002
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