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Shandong Deluxe, San Francisco

soupçon | Oct 21, 201209:23 AM     43

I visited Shandong Deluxe yesterday to check out the noodles. (I did a blog post, which I won't link because it's verboten to do so). Bottom line is big portions, fresh house-made (but not hand-pulled) noodles. Jiaozi are entirely hand-made and probably worth checking out.

There are two Xinjiang Uyghur standards on the noodle menu, Xinjiang Da Pan Ji (surprising that it's on the noodle portion of the menu) and Xinjiang Ban Mian (a. k. a. lagman). The latter is identified in English as "Sam Sun Noodles," which is very confusing because Sam Sun noodles are a Korean dish.

Here's the noodle menu:

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