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Yu Noodles

  • Address:
    11217-C Lee Highway
    Fairfax, VA 22030
  • Phone:
    (703) 877-0818

The City of Chongqing is known for its delicious hotpots, beautiful women, and picturesque landscape. But for the locals the city is better known for its varieties of noodles, namely Xiaomian. The original Chongqing noodles were hot spicy vegetarian dishes which use ingredients such onion, garlic, vinegar, soy sauce, and hot pepper and etc. as flavoring agents. Chongqing noodles have gradually expanded to many non-vegetarian dishes which include beef, pork, and Chajiang etc. Chongqing noodles can also be made to fit customers' needs. Examples are Ganliu, Tihuang, and extra spicy.