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Cantonese-style pan-fried noodles in Orlando?


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Cantonese-style pan-fried noodles in Orlando?

Covert Ops | Aug 30, 2006 03:52 PM

OK, I always just called these "pan-fried noodles," but I think this is what they're actually called.

I'm dying without this dish. One of the first places I go after stepping off the plane when visiting family in New Jersey is to drive right over to Staten Island to our family Chinese place and gorge myself.

These are THIN noodles, NOT lo mein style (which is what they tried to serve me at PF Cheng's, the jerks), fried so they're kind of crispy and tangled together in what I imagine a bird's-nest dish would look like. Served with sliced chicken and vegetables in your average soy-based sauce, so that in the places where the sauce touches the noodles they soften and take on the consistency of angel hair pasta.

I NEED this dish. I'm so hungry just thinking about it.
So much so that I'll even drive from Daytona to Orlando (because I've already resigned myself to the fact that there is no Chinese in Daytona that's even EDIBLE, forget specialty stuff).

I'd go to Brevard, too, or St. Augustine if necessary. If you can figure out what I'm talking about, please help! (Note: Ambiance not required. Takeout place with a few crappy chairs is fine.)

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