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牛肉麵 beef noodles and 牛腩麵 beef brisket noodles. What's the difference? For someone who's not the most adventurous foodie, I would just stick with beef noodles. It's definitely meat that I would eat.For some reason though, it seems beef brisket sounded like something I should be trying. So I innocently asked the waitstaff what was in beef brisket. She looked at me pretty incredulously, although not in a rude manner, before going on to tell me that it was basically braised meat. Tender lean pieces
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牛肉麵 beef noodles and 牛腩麵 beef brisket noodles. What's the difference?

For someone who's not the most adventurous foodie, I would just stick with beef noodles. It's definitely meat that I would eat.

For some reason though, it seems beef brisket sounded like something I should be trying.

So I innocently asked the waitstaff what was in beef brisket. She looked at me pretty incredulously, although not in a rude manner, before going on to tell me that it was basically braised meat. Tender lean pieces of meat braised for quite a while.

Really?! Was that what I had been missing out on all these years?!
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Uh huh. Seems that I've totally missed out guys.

The chunks of meat were fork tender and full on flavour.

The soup was served lukewarm which I reflected to the kitchen staff and immediately he offered to boil up my soup again.

Great customer service guys.

The noodles were springy and chewy to the bite.

The milky soup broth was savoury without a thirsty after meal feeling.

The Chinese version of ramen was good. Very good.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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