Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles Inc. 清味蘭州拉麵

Noodle House, Chinese Restaurant, and Dumpling Restaurant$$$$
Chinatown, New York
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  • Stephany P.
    "Have to get the hand pulled noodles they are the best ever!"(25 Tips)
    Tiffany
    "Get the knife peeled noodles with beef or fish balls!"(6 Tips)
    Thelocaltripper
    "Ordered the fish balls knife cut ramen soup, it was good."(7 Tips)
    Tricia D.
    "Beef noodle soup with hand pulled noodles is great."(15 Tips)
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  • Sandy L.
    Sandy LeyJune 13
    Dont get weird - stick to noodle soup w dumplings or fish balls w pork inside. Best chili oil as well
  • Lyndsey M.
    Lyndsey MMay 12
    I love their tofu noodles soup. Be sure to ask for the vegetable broth if you don't eat beef.
  • Saul S.
    Hand pulled noodles were good, but I wouldn't get them with meat again. I would just get vegetables.
  • Peter L.
    Peter LadaNovember 28, 2015
    The noodles are great, the duck is pretty bad. The place is very shabby and the decor/lighting leaves a bad taste. Xi'an FF is superior.
  • Thelocaltripper
    ThelocaltripperJune 10, 2015
    Ordered the fish balls knife cut ramen soup, it was good. Good enough for me to go back not good enough for me to order again.
  • Mish and Rob
    Mish and RobMay 16, 2015
    A tiny little spot that's always busy, and rightly so: the soup noodles are incredible, and everything's good value. Get the roast duck noodle soup and steamed pork & veg dumplings.
  • Ben G.
    Ben GApril 15, 2015
    Food/value is fine, not spectacular. But it's a rare Chinese place that, instead of exhaustively listing all meat/carb/styles separately, lets you customize. Who wants to look through 300 menu items?
  • Perri S.
    Perri SilverApril 9, 2015
    This is by far the dirtiest restaurant I've ever eaten in, but damn those noodles are worth the grime.
  • Antonio
    AntonioMarch 27, 2015
    You get to choose the type of noodles you want! The pan fried big wide noodles with beef will literally CHANGE YO LIFE😮
  • Ifeoluwa
    IfeoluwaFebruary 21, 2015
    Watch your noodles being kneaded and made as you wait. Quick service, good for a cheap delicious meal.
  • Rami M.
    Rami MassoudFebruary 16, 2015
    The hand pulled noodles here are fantastic. I haven't had a bad dish so far. Watch out for the duck though, it's bone-in, so kind of tough to eat
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJanuary 26, 2015
    For a decadent noodle dish, this Chinatown spot serves up a spectacular plate of pan-fried noodles. Proteins run the gamut from vegetable to shrimp to roast duck to lamb. Read more
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJanuary 9, 2015
    Yes the knife cut noodle is better than the hand pulled, but the real question is, in a post ramen world why would anyone want this Chinese noodle soup ?
  • Jane D.
    Jane DongJanuary 4, 2015
    Get some form of the noodles (obviously). I love the pan fried duck hand pulled noodles. Dumplings are decent - nothing to write home about.
  • Ana F.
    Ana FernandezDecember 14, 2014
    Everything is good in here; try to order one dish only as portions are just enough for 2. The shrimp noodle soup goes best with vegetable broth.
  • Mike M.
    Mike McBryanDecember 2, 2014
    Despite the fact that Guy Fieri has highlighted this place, it really is awesome. Giant plates of hand pulled noodles with spicy chili oil for $6-8 and $3.50 Tsingtao.
  • Emily L.
    Emily L.November 19, 2014
    My friend and I had the beef noodle soup and roasted duck noodle soup. Tho the noodles are freshly pulled, the texture lacked consistency. some noodles were over cooked. Try nam Zhou noodles instead
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesNovember 4, 2014
    Do not let the absence of a creative or punny name stop you from entering this place. While other, more hip places are limited in terms of seating, this place seems to always have a spot for you.
  • Steven Thunder L.
    Steven Thunder LeeOctober 17, 2014
    Try House special soup pulled noodle , which is Ox Tail, beef and fried egg. I also like fried seafood noodle and steam dumplings
  • Jessica H.
    Jessica HannOctober 17, 2014
    My bf and I tried this place the other day - He had beef noodles, I had veggie pan fried noodles - both were cheap, delicious and even better after liberal applications of siracha and fresh cilantro!
  • Onur K.
    Onur KurtulanOctober 10, 2014
    You can feel that you're eating at a local restaurant instead of a touristic one, which is much better. Taste is good, especially the hand pulled noodles.
  • jon f.
    jon ferrerAugust 23, 2014
    Lamb hand-pulled noodles are the jam. Best hand-pulled noodles in Manhattan Chinatown and oh so cheap.
  • Lyndsey M.
    Lyndsey MAugust 19, 2014
    Love the tofu noodle soup. Be sure to ask for the vegetable broth if you want it vegetarian, though, as they usually default to their beef broth.
  • Jeffrey
    JeffreyJuly 20, 2014
    The noodles are firm and springy, the flavorful broths enhanced by the fresh cilantro and chile oil set on the table. Even better might be the brothless knife-peeled noodles, stir-fried with cabbage.
  • Nina L.
    Nina LoSchiavoMay 29, 2014
    Noodles are fantastic...even enjoyed removing them from the broth and topping with malt vinegar and chili paste (condiments provided on the table). So marvelously authentic!
  • Steve C.
    Steve ColemanMarch 28, 2014
    Not on the menu: They will sell you an entire tub of their sesame-chilli sauce that they put on the tables, for $7!
  • Ben H.
    Ben HuffDecember 18, 2013
    The pork dumplings noodle soup with hand pulled noodles is the Hall and Oates of hand pulled noodles in NYC. And by that I mean it's incredible
  • Dan Y.
    Dan YoungDecember 9, 2013
    Some of the literal best Chinese food I've ever had. Skip the soup/broth. Get the pan-fried noodles and go for knife peeled not hand pulled. Option F, with shrimp and veg is absolutely outstanding.
  • Dave D.
    Dave DawsonSeptember 12, 2013
    Best noodles in town. You can watch them make the noodles right there in the shop. Don't be discouraged by the exterior (or the interior) of this shop. It's delicious.
  • Alissa S.
    Alissa SimmonsAugust 19, 2013
    AMAZING!! Freshly made noodles really make a difference! In a Chinatown Alley, you can't get more authentic than this. Plus, 6 bucks for a mountain of food? SO CHEAP. Beef fried noodles FTW!
  • Clarence M.
    Clarence MiJuly 31, 2013
    You definitely do not come here for ambiance. You do however come here for the freshly homemade noodles that is being made as you wait for your meal. The noodles have just enough of a chew to it.
  • Mo C.
    Mo CourtJuly 18, 2013
    The house special fried noodles are the way to go. I always ask for an egg in mine to make ten extra tasty. Also: best hot chili oil anywhere. It's my favorite place in all of Chinatown. A must.
  • Luke K.
    Luke KingmaMay 28, 2013
    SO MANY different hand-pulled noodles! Order them pan-fried and extra wide with beef, then blanket it with hot chili oil. So chewy a wookie would eat it (yep).
  • Victoria C.
    Victoria CraigMay 27, 2013
    Amazing hand-pulled, pan fried noodles with chicken. Super cheap, LOTS of food. A must in China Town.
  • Ellie D.
    Ellie DDecember 4, 2012
    All out-of-towners visiting me get a trip here, with an order of Vegetable Hand-Pulled Noodles (comes w/a steamy side of umami Tofu!) and some steamed dumplings to start, one of my fav meals in NYC
  • Anna F.
    Anna FrenkelAugust 16, 2012
    Beef hand-pulled noodles for $6! Ask for extra cilantro & dump a ton of chili oil in it. Sweet & spicy cucumber salad on the side. Oh, and stick your head into the kitchen to see the chefs at work!
  • Kevin L.
    Kevin LiAugust 10, 2012
    HOLY SHIT. This place is LEGIT. The noodles were so chewy and there are not 2, or 3 but 5 variations of noodles to choose from. Dumplings were the best I've ever had. So juicy and so flavorful. Godam.
  • Ellie D.
    Ellie DNovember 12, 2011
    I've tried the knife-pulled and the standard hand pulled and hand pulled wins. Get the veggie and tofu noodles for a streaming sweet and salty tofu plate. And DON'T forget the steamed dumplings!!!
  • Food Network
    Food NetworkAugust 15, 2011
    Guy Fieri enjoys the Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodle, in New York, NY, on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Find more tips at Food Network Local. Read more
  • NearSay NYC
    NearSay NYCJuly 28, 2011
    Tasty is actually an understatement of the had pulled awesomeness that THPN puts out! We covet the knife cut noodles with duck and the pan-fried chicken! Pure deliciousness!
  • Jennifer Y.
    Jennifer YuJuly 27, 2011
    They were temporarily closed and while we thought it closed down for health regulations, turns out they just got a face lift plus added basement seating!
  • Matt S.
    Matt SpectorMarch 29, 2011
    An unbelievable deal - definitely try the hand pulled noodles in a delicious, rich broth (served at a perfect al dente), the pan-fried knife-pulled noodles and the steamed dumplings.
  • Marie-France H.
    Marie-France HanFebruary 25, 2011
    If you've already tried the standard thin noodle and the hand-pulled ones, try the FAT hand-pulled noodle, another level of deliciousness. Strongly recommend the mixed fish ball with fat noodle soup.
  • Cheapism
    CheapismFebruary 25, 2011
    Come here for ultra-cheap Chinese cuisine. Huge portions of hand-pulled noodle soups range from $4 - $6.50. Try fish ball or beef for $5. Read more
  • Roza S.
    Roza SabeOctober 25, 2010
    Great food. Tiny place but worth the wait Had the seafood soup bowl with pulled noodles. The cilantro and the vinegar add just the right touch to the meal and not a bad price for the meal either.
  • Grace S.
    Grace S.September 1, 2010
    I like the reg hand pulled beef noodles better than the knife pulled beef noodles. Knife was too chunky n doughy for my taste. Dumplings good. still think super taste is better dumplings n soup broth.
  • BuzzFeed
    BuzzFeedJuly 23, 2010
    Way down in Chinatown, but probably our favorite spot for lunch. Youcan get the vegetarian option with tofu if you ask nicely, or just gofor the meatballs.
  • Jen L.
    Jen LeeMay 17, 2010
    Get the mixed fish ball noodle soup with the knife peel noodles. One of my favorite noodle places in the city.
  • Naomi N.
    Naomi N.April 10, 2010
    Pan fried hand pulled noodles with shrimp is the best. Add lots of cilantro and chili oil and you're set!
  • Tiffany S.
    Tiffany SFebruary 10, 2010
    Yummy noodle soup for $5 -- don't forget to request a bowl of extra cilantro! Then, peek into the kitchen to watch the noodle man do what he does best (you'll hear the telltale thumping of the dough)
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