The noodle-prone people in your life will appreciate that you can choose between classic, thick, sweet potato, or rice noodles at this Harlem Chinese restaurant from the team behind The Handpulled Noodle. It’s the kind of casual, counter-service place where you can build your own bowl with options like spicy cumin lamb stir fry or ginger chicken soup, and it’s only open for takeout and delivery right now.
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