Xi'an Biang Biang Noodles, London: ‘I left thinking all was well in the world' - restaurant review | Jay Rayner
5 monthes ago - By The Guardian
Slurp joyously at this brilliant noodle joint - and drown your fears over Britain's Chinese eateries Xi'an Biang Biang Noodles, 62 Wentworth Street, London E1 7AL (020 8617 1470). Small plates £4.80-£7.50, big plates £7.90-£11.20, wine from £16.50 a bottle These are complex times for Britain's Chinese restaurants. I know this because recently I sat on a panel about their future at Asia House in London. For the most part I was listening to my fellow panellists, Andy Kwok of the Good Earth group , and the uber-restaurateur Alan Yau , who set up Hakkasan , Yauatcha and Park Chinois among...
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