144 East Broadway
It's a pretty sparse and tiny rectangular stall. Really not much to look at, a few tables, mainly seats along a shelf that outlines the space and a marble table where a man makes hand pulled noodles to order. It's great fun watching this man expertly slam the noodles down on the board and slowly stretch out noodles.
We ordered 12 fried dumplings for 3 bucks. They arrived immediately and were perfect. I think I have to say, these are my favorite dumplings in NYC. So delicious.
The offer a few condiments which one can add to either their noodle soup or the dumplings. Chinese Vinegar, hot sauce, sriracha and some sort of pickled green.
Miss A ordered the beef noodle soup while I ordered the lamb. While the noodles were outrageous, we both felt the soup to be bland. However, if you are a noodle person, you will be incredibly pleased with the quality of the noodles. Just so lovely. There was bok choy that was nice.
There is a dish #11 that is dry noodle with pork, i feel like i would give that a shot next time.
Dinner was 13 bucks. I made it to a grocery down the street where I stocked up on my Chinese Snacks for the week. I would say you have to try the dumplings and the noodle soups are worth further exploration. The beef and the lamb I would pass on.