The best thing at Xi'an Sizzling Woks is actually their hamburger. There are three on the menu, all on warm, almost pita-like bread, and the most expensive one is only $4.50. Our favorite is the beef and green pepper burger spiced with chilies and cumin - but they’re all great. The rest of the menu is filled with tons of Western Chinese dishes like the excellent biang biang noodles and the spicy sour minced pork noodles.
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