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Yogi Noodle, Great Beef Stew

PAL | Jan 18, 200708:59 PM     1

I've always wanted to eat at this noodle house on Chrystie south of Grand. I'm glad I finally got around to it...I've enjoyed Chinese beef stew before, but only because of the broth that comes along with it. Every version I've had in NYC has been gristly and chewy...but this version was excellent.

The fat just melted in my mouth--if I weren't so health concious I'd have eaten all of it. The beef tasted beefy, the broth a simple complement to the beef. And their noodles were a cut above as well.

I complimented the cashier on the beef stew, and she explained that they are known for it and it's a family recipe.

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