Noodles are one of the most important components of Chinese food culture. Our hand-pulled noodles are called biangbiang noodles in Chinese. This particular type of noodle comes from the Shaanxi province of Northwest China.
Biangbiang noodles are made from wheat flour and hand-pulled into long and thick shreds. They’re chewier and more springy than regular noodles.
The word «biang» is an onomatopoeia: it mimics the sound made when the dough is pulled and slapped against the working surface. The Chinese character for «biang» is also considered to be the most complex Chinese character.
Soy, gluten from soy sauce and wheat flour.