Just back again from China where there were of course many memorable meals, probably the most memorable a roast goose joint in HK where a single diner was physically heaved out before entirely finishing to make room for us and then us chowing down so fast before we were in turn heaved that my son felt like he'd pulled a muscle eating. The six egg tarts in Macau we polished off BEFORE dinner. As always the steaming millet porridge with sesame paste that was my standard breakfast in Beijing. But the meal that haunts was in a tiny Shaanxi place near the American embassy : lamb buckwheat noodles with vegetable bits aka yangrou saozi hele mian (羊肉臊子饸饹面). We're thinking of trying the buckwheat noodles at Chinese Islamic on Sunday but is there anything around any closer to actual Shaanxi cooking in SGV?