Gung Haggis dragon boat team goes to Sha Lin Noodle Restaurant
You can watch the cooks make your noodles from behind a glass window – photo Todd Wong
practicing hard on Tuesdays, the Gung Haggis Fat Choy dragon boat team
has an appetite to fill a boat. We try to go to a different
restaurant each week. A few weeks ago we went to the Sha Lin
Noodle Restaurant 548 West Broadway.
Noodles are stretched “as lang's me arm” and hand-made – photo Todd Wong
are made fresh for each dish. You can even watch the cooks
prepare your noodles behind a glass window. You can order “pulled
noodles”, “cut noodles”, “flat noodles” or “rolled noodles.” We
ordered noodles in soup, or stirfried. It was all good, and
pretty inexpensive from $5.95 to $7.95 depending on the ingredients.
was pretty happy with their noodles. And the restaurant was
pretty accomodating for 10 people walking in from the street. We
had to move some tables around so we could all sit together.