www.biang-nyc.com Part of the Xi'an Famous Foods (www.xianfoods.com) family, Biang! is its flagship restaurant.
The pork zha zhiang biang biang noodles are great!
Everything is amazing. Portions are huge so order only half as much as you think you need.
A fancier option in the Liang Pi empire, this place is super tasty, but more expensive than the rest.
Lots of food I would have never thought to try, but it's all quite good. Lamb face salad and chicken hearts are probably the best things I've had there. I would stay away from the beef tendons though.
You have to try the spicy lamb dumplings. It's so good that you won't stop dumping them... The noodles are great too. Cash only.
Everything we had was great -- especially the noodles. I think our bill was like twenty bucks. Good deal.
Fiddle head salad was great. So is the lamb and broth noodles. Perfect for a cold day.
Biang! extends the Xi'an Famous Foods menu in a classier and more comfortable environment. There is nothing better than a bowl of spicy cumin lamb soup noodles on a cold and rainy day.
Great noodles and particularly enjoyable marinade on the spicy cucumber salad.
The Spicy Cumin Chicken Skewers are my new favourite barbequed chicken in the city.
I take people here before or after a mets game just to watch their minds explode. Enter a different world, sweat from the spiciness, and try something u never had before. Its all awesome here.
Cumin lamb is so tasty! The noodles and broth are also fill of flavors!
The noodles are fantastic along with the general ambiance of the place. The good can be a bit spicy though so be careful when ordering.
Great place for spicy food
Skewers and lamb dumplings are not to be missed.
Cash only but worth every penny!
Tofu appetizer is ethereal
Spicy lamb dumplings, cumin lamb skewers, spicy cumin lamb biang biang noodles-- DE EFFING LICIOUS
Lamb biang noodles are fab
Dry noodle is the way to go, don't forget the chicken wing!! Top it off with Taiwan beer!!
Hot qi pork belly noodles mega-awesome
Veggie noodles in broth. Yummy. Noodles are hand-pulled and freshly prepared.
Its fucked up that the restaurant didn't tell you that pouring beer in a pint jug instead of drinking from the bottle costs 50 cents extra.
Zhjiangmian noodles were pretty awesome
I figured out the slow service: if you're Asian, you don't wait. Make sure to bring an Asian friend!
Getin here once ,,final decision left tips n left ...nuttin special n bad service
Stewed Pork Biang-Biang Noodles were delish, but be aware things run on the spicier side - I was going through water pretty quickly with my "mild" noodles.
Delicious hand pulled noodles. Got the Spicy Cumin Lamb Noodles "medium" spicy, which was seriously spicy ("hot" might have killed me) and delicious. Try the quail egg appetizer!
Hand-pulled noodles really do just taste way better. Try the Má Là Niú Ròu Biáng Biang Miàn.
Order biang biang noodles dry for more flavor
Highlights on the Xi'an menu are lamb buns, cumin spiced lamb, and fiddlehead salads. – Green Guide Editor
Highly recommend the beef tendon skewers, the spicy cumin lamb noodles, liang pi and the spicy cumin lamb burger as well. Great prices and awesome food. Love it here!
There is a backyard at this restaurant! It's awesome!
The Spicy Tingly Beef Noodles are amazing!
The ultimate place to grab Chinese in Flushing. We're obsessed with the lamb dumplings.
Foursquare says that Biang! accepts credit cards. It does not. Cash only!
The Spicy Cumin Lamb Noodles are a must try!!!
If you love lamb and lots of spice along with spiciness, order the spicy cumin lamb noodles! First time trying this restaurant and the noodle did not disappoint! Small downside: extra $1.25 for soup
The lamb dumplings have a wonderful spice about them, but do not pass up the flavorful skewers as well.
early lunchtime during the week, before 1 pm, seemed like a good time to go. i was dining solo so less time waiting & eating. i <3 noodles and theirs are good, or in korean, 짱!
Well...this was the worst experience so far. Waited half an hr only to be told by the waitress that she lost our order. Would have been ok if it was bz but there were only 10 other ppl there >=(
The watermelon soju was delicious but not the strongest, which was perfect for me because I'm such a lightweight lol =P
If you love offals, try the pork intestine and chicken heart skewers sprinkled with cumin and chili powder. Also get a yogurt sochu cocktail to take off some of the heat.
The biang-biang noodles are an obvious choice - it's called Biang! for a reason - but the oxtail is somethin' serious.
It's as if all the food was bathed in a pool of salt. Go for the lamb burger if you must eat here.
The first sit-down restaurant from the folks behind Xi'an Famous Foods offers all their classics (lamb burgers, hand-pulled noodles, and more) with table service, still on the cheap.
Get the spicy & tingly squid skewers!