+
Restaurants & Bars

green chili condiment 101 Noodle Express

nuprin | Aug 27, 201208:42 AM     15

Went last night to 101 Noodle Express in Arcadia for the first time and had a really good meal. We had the beef roll; pork, leek, and shrimp crispy dumplings; and the minced pork and green bean over hand torn noodles. Everything was tasty, but our favorite dish of the night was that green chili/cilantro condiment that was in a little jar on the table. Does anyone know if there is a name for this? Does anyone know how to make this or at least know what it contains? I could eat this by the spoonful.

This post is locked.Have something new to say?

Create a New Post

Recommended from Chowhound

Trending Discussions

1

Cinnamon Basil

Updated 1 day ago 2 comments
2

Need suggestions - baking for event

Updated 19 minutes ago 12 comments
4

April 2019 COTM Voting

Updated 40 minutes ago 23 comments
World Water Day Products That Give Back
Shop

World Water Day Products That Give Back

by Jen Wheeler | For many of us, water is easy to take for granted—but as World Water Day on March 22 aims to remind...

7 Ways to Use Moringa Powder (and Why You Should)
Recipe Round-Ups

7 Ways to Use Moringa Powder (and Why You Should)

by David Watsky | Moringa oleifera, the “it girl” of the adaptogen and holistic wellness world is truly having its moment...

Here's Where to Get Free Ice Cream on the First Day of Spring
Latest

Here's Where to Get Free Ice Cream on the First Day of Spring

by Jessica Gentile | While it may seem hard to believe, spring is officially here again! Whether it feels like it where...

What Makes a Wine 'Dry?'
Explainers

What Makes a Wine 'Dry?'

by Pamela Vachon | If you are any self-proclaimed lover of wine, it is likely that you have used the term “dry” to describe...

Chowhound recommends floral food and drink to celebrate the vernal equinox.

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.

See what's new!

View latest discussions ›