Tàiyuán Noodle House
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Tàiyuán Noodle House information
Bustling locals’ joint popular for Shānxī’s famous vinegar/noodle combo. Classic forms (named after their shape, not ingredients) include māo’ěrduo (猫耳朵; cat’s ears; ¥10) and cuōyú (搓鱼; rolled fish; ¥10). Garnishes include ròuzhàjiàng (肉炸酱; pork) and yángròu (羊肉; mutton). It also does shāomài (烧麦; ¥12). No English menu, but there are pictures.