Kanzhu Hand-Pulled Noodles: Authentic Northern Chinese Cuisine

There's a fairly place on Timog Avenue, Quezon City that serves authenthic hand-pulled noodles. Kanzhu Hand-pulled noodles has a history of more than 300 years, and its origins can be traced in Lanzhou, Kanzhu Province, China. In present, Kanzhu Hand-pulled noodles is found not only in Kanzhu province, but in all corners of China. It is labeled as the No. 1 Noodles on Earth.

Wok Fried Fragrant Chicken (Php 200)

The fragrant chicken was also good. It was very soft and the sauce had the perfect balance of sweetness. It reminds me of General's Chicken of Recipes (Click this link to see). Crispy fried chicken pieces with skin and sliced eggplants make up this dish. I thought at first that it looked kind of unappetizing but it's actually pretty good.

Braised Beef Dry Noodles (Php 150)

Initially, we ordered just one to share. Dish was good though.  Noodle was firm and chewy.  The beef was surprisingly tender and flavorful, with a little hint of heat. 

Hazelnut Milk Tea (Php 65)

Classic Milk Tea (Php 65)
Wished it was more tea than milk though. 

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Service was quick and they even had wi-fi. All in all it was good and the price was reasonable.  I would definitely go back to try their special dumplings and their plain dry noodles.

Restaurant Ratings
Taste = 4
Environment = 5
Service = 5
Clean = 5
Price =4

Recommend: Wok Fried Fragrant Chicken 

Spending: Approximately Php 300

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G/F Prince Jun Condominium, 42 Timog AveSouth Triangle, Quezon City(02) 782-1285
Business Hours: 11:00am - 11:00pm

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G/F Citiplac Bldg., J. Abad Santos St., San Juan, Metro Manila
(02) 477-7919

1 comment:

  1. I love handpulled noodles too but haven't tried this one. I like the one in MOA.. the resto is MeyLin :D


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