Don't see what the hype is... I mean it's okay. Have had much better food in Chinatown/Flushing.
Lovely place with loads of great food!
Zha jiang mian spicy. And the tea!
I think I'm the only customer that doesn't speak Chinese. That's a very good sign. This place is worth the trip and the wait. Cumin lamb and the dumplings are awesome!
First timers can't go wrong with N4/NS4(w/soup). Also they take spice very seriously, go with medium or mild. Last but not least wear a bib or bring a spare t-shirt! Things get messy #slurping
Careful: very spicy!!
all the noodles and soups!
Good noodle, eat fresh! Around 8$
Cucumber salad in the summer gives you feelings.
Spicy cumin lamb burger!!
Try the lamb dumplings!
Cumin lamb noodles are delicious
Authentic xian food. Best liang pi I've tasted outside of xian
Great flat noodles. prices are extremely cheap
Get the spicy cumin lamb noodles!
Seating can be hard to grab, but the food is worth it!
Overrated. Cumin lamb burger was okay - bun was oversized and dry. Too much noodles and not enough meat
Liang Pi cold skin noodles are a spicy version of heaven.
Amazing lamb burger and dumplings
Most authentic Chinese street food in east village! It's a must!
Everything is delicious, but spicier than you expect!
The burgers are to DIE for!
Pro-tip. Stuff tiger vegetable salad INSIDE pork bun. Yes.
A1, son. Extra spicy 💥
The food is good and cheap, not too fancy but nice
Prices have gone up since many of the reviews here were posted, but all dishes are still under $10. The N1 (spicy cumin lamb noodles) is tasty and comes in a thick layer of oil
Everything is good. Step outside the box and order something new.
Try the cumin lamb w pulled noodles! My go-to dish for here. I also like their jasmine tea but note that it comes sweet.
Liang pi and pork burger every day for the rest of my life. Queens, brooklyn, Manhattan... I can feel xian closing in and I'm not mad
Best destination for the food of the Chinese city of Xi'an. Try the chewy liang pi noodles or "lamb face" salad, all doused in their alluringly fiery house sauces.
Good and cheap noodles abound at this tiny sliver of a restaurant. The lamb and beef noodles in soup are the best.
So good, your Chinese food fix for cheap when you're in the east village
Spicy Hot Oil Seared Hand-Ripped Noodles: $5.50 / Liang Pi Cold Skin Noodles: $4.50
Tingly noodles are amazing. Eat them quickly as they congeal in about 15 minutes.
Chang-an Spicy Tofu
"Extra spicy" here just means extra chili oil. Wish they'd just load on the chilis by themselves.
Noodles that don't leave you with a craving, but rather a hungering that you will spend the rest of your life seeking again. Can't go wrong with cumin lamb noodles (in or out of soup).
Lang pi noodles are definitely interesting but unconventional. for those looking for something more prototypical done very well try the lamb burger
Spicy cumin lamb noodles with the soy milk!
The dumplings are really good! If you are a vegetarian who loves spicy food, try the dumplings in broth or the veggie noodle soup! Good stuff
Noodles were slurptastic! Great after a workout, but there was limited seating and tables needed a wipe down.
Ns2!! Spicy delicious soup and noodles. Small place but soooo good. Be prepared to take it home.
Spicy cumin lamb pulled noodles are great! They just opened yet another outpost on e 78th I think. Try the Chinese soda!
Try the oxtail soup. The meat is so tender and delicious. Also, the spicy cumin dishes are outstanding.
Amazing. Go. Get the cumin lamb noodles and the cold skin noodles.
Order anything with lamb in it!
Noodles, cumin lamb noodles, lamb burger, lamb face salad, lamb dumplings