Where To Buy Biang Biang Noodles?

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Location and hours601 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122

Sunday – Wednesday
11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday – Saturday
11:30 AM – 9:30 PM

Where To Buy Biang Biang Noodles?

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    • Coke$3.75
    • Diet Coke$3.75
    • HK Style Milk Tea$6.89
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    • Hot Tea (Oolong)$5.1916oz hot tea
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    What does Biang Biang mean in Chinese?

    An article in China Daily claims that the word “biang” is an onomatopoeia that actually refers to the noise the chef makes as he pulls the dough and slaps it on the table to make the noodles.

    What are Biang Biang noodles made of?

    A well-known Chinese noodle dish from the province of Shaanxi is called biang biang noodles. The hand-pulled noodles are made of wheat flour and are seasoned with a Chinese black vinegar base sauce and garlic chili oil.

    How many strokes are there in Biang Chinese?

    There are 56 pen strokes in the Chinese character for “biang.” The local media reported that Mr. Wang took inspiration for the word from the name of a noodle dish he had while in Shaanxi province, despite the fact that the word has no meaning.

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