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rou jia mo in DC or Northern VA?


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rou jia mo in DC or Northern VA?

pdm | Sep 8, 2007 07:25 PM

I visited Bejing several months back and before I went I really didn't care for Chinese food. Now it turns out I just didn't like American Chinese food, but I've found a few authentic type Chinese food places around here that I really do like. However there is one thing I can't find, and this was at a fast food type place in Beijing. They called it equivalent of a Chinese Hamburger, but it was on an odd flat type bread and the meat was chopped not ground and mixed with very spicy peppers.

Here is the place:

it is like #033, but 33 is pork and nt spicy. The one I liked isn't on the menu here but it was beef and very spicy.

Anyone know some place around here that has this sort of thing?

I also really liked # 010. It was some sort of spicy noodles, it might be called "han jing gong". I don't really know what it was, and I haven't been able to find it anywhere around here.

Any suggestions appreciated!

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