Chinese Noodles Menu


Noodles are a staple food in Chinese cuisine, with a long history and wide popularity. Their first appearance can be traced back to the Eastern Han Dynasty (25 – 220 AD), and they became very popular during the Song Dynasty (960 – 1279 AD). Their cooking methods are numerous, though relatively simple. People can, according to their likes and tastes, add different ingredients and materials to make a great variety of noodles.

Chinese noodles vary in width. They can be thin as needles, or thick as chopsticks. However, when it comes to length, they are usually served long and uncut. This is because long noodles are a symbol of longevity in Chinese tradition. Thus, during birthday celebrations, people will serve "longevity noodles” hoping for longevity.

Chinese Noodles English-Chinese Menu

Noodles with Beef in Brown Saucehóngshāo niúròu miànHong-shaoww nyoh-roh myen红烧牛肉面
Sliced Noodlesdāoxiāo miànDaoww-sshyaoww myen刀削面
Soybean Pastezhájiàng miànJaa-jyang myen炸酱面
Sichuan Flavor Noodlesyóu po miànYoh por myen油泼面
Rice Noodles in Red OilGuìlín hóngyóu mǐfěnGway-lin hong-yoh mee-fnn桂林红油米粉
Liuzhou Snail Rice NoodlesLiǔzhōu luósī fěnLyoh-joh lwor-srr fnn柳州螺蛳粉
Cold NoodlesliángpíLyang-pee凉皮
Rice Noodles with Horse Meatmǎròu mǐfěnMaa-roh mee-fnn马肉米粉
Fried Stretched NoodlesChǎo lāmiànChaoww laa-myen炒拉面
Beef Stretched Noodlesniúròu lāmiànNyoh-roh laa-myen牛肉拉面
Sichuan Noodles with Peppery Saucedàndàn miànDan-dan myen担担面

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