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Reviewed 15 November 2019

This restaurant has been in business for a long time and our hotel was just a crossed the street. We went for a late lunch. For non Chinese speaking visitors, the ordering process is somewhat daunting. The menu is printed in Chinese only and placed...on the cashier counter rapt the entrance. The order and payment must be done before entering the restaurant on the second floor. The menu shows the house special, rice noodles, that comes with various add-ons. The price is dependent on what version is selected. The price range from below 20 rmb to 88 rmb. A receipt is printed after payment. We then walked upstairs, showed our receipt the waitstaff. Our food was brought to the table. The mixian in chicken broth was tasty.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 13 January 2016 via mobile

For a non Mandarin speaker, this experience is a little daunting, without a heads up on how it works. There is a cashier at the entrance on street level and you have to choose and pay for your noodles there. The pictures on the wall...are not that illuminating, but the general idea is that you are getting a bowl of hot broth, various meat and vegetables that will come separately which will cook in your broth, and the noodles. The different options are around how much stuff is going into your soup. Pick a meal in the middle of the price range and you should be fine. It's cash only and the restaurant is up the stairs. Just remember to put the ingredients in the broth to cook and leave them there for a few minutes to actually cook. Put the noodles in last. It's not the best noodles you've ever had, but it is a Kunming speciality and an interesting experience.More

Date of visit: January 2016
Reviewed 20 October 2014

Supposedly this restaurant is about hundred years old and my parents would have eaten here as students during their student days at Xinanlianda during the Anti-Japanese War. So it was sentiment more than cuisine that lured us here. It's simple, cheap and still highly popular...with the locals so it's a different kind of atmosphere than what a tired, hungry foreigner would enjoy. The rice noodle specialty with it's ritual mingling at the table of boiling temperature soup with noodles to keep the noodles al dente and the small dishes is enjoyable but not knock your socks off.More

Date of visit: October 2014
Reviewed 15 June 2013

The build-up was great but the actual noodles were very disappointing. Perhaps a local restaurant would have done it better than a large hotel.

Date of visit: May 2013
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