When you order from Junzi Kitchen - a fast-casual mini-chain that specializes in northwestern Chinese food - it’s important that you get at least one bowl of knife noodles topped with meatballs and pickled red cabbage. But no matter what else you order, count on this place for affordable and not-boring takeout options. You can build your own noodle, rice, or salad bowl here, but if indecision makes you cranky, go with a pre-made combination like the green pepper beef with rice and carrots tossed in coriander.
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