This Fujianese noodle shop has presciently added northern and western Chinese fare to its repertoire, including the greasy pancake filled with pork and scallions called shar bing, heretofore unavailable in Manhattan's Chinatown. The plain scallion pancake is much bigger than usual, and so is the fluffy, pork-stuffed bao sometimes known as a Chinese hamburger; which reveals not a trace of sweetness when you bite into it. All three snacks are only one dollar apiece. There's also a credible version of dan-dan noodles, and such favorite Fujianese soups as duck with chunked taro, featuring rice noodles that look an awful lot like spaghetti. Dig the new furniture!
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