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Chongqing Style: What’s new in noodles

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    Pork dumplings ($10.99) are an ideal starter, served with a sweet chili-soy sauce.

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    Mian’s huaxing noodles ($11.99) are served in a tomato broth with a fried egg and sliced tomatoes.

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    Cold noodles ($7.99) are a street-food classic, splashed with a garlic soy sauce and finished with peanuts, green onions and Sichuan pepper seasoning.

Move over, ramen, there’s a new kind of noodle shop in town, poised to win hearts if diners are willing to give it a try. Like sister restaurant Chengdu Taste, Mian is quickly becoming known for its Sichuan-accented fare. Read more

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