It’s an authentic Chinese simple meal, and the restaurant is similar to a roadside restaurant in Shanghai, but the price is much higher. The fish-flavored shredded pork inside is very authentic, and there is also egg fried rice. I had a very satisfying meal. Mainly satisfied with stomach.
I came to the UK for a week and couldn't help it. When I arrived in London, I went straight to this house. The door opens after 12:00. So I went to the British Museum and came out to eat. It's Henan Braised Noodles. In fact, they also sell small stir fry and lamb skewers, which are basically all kinds of Chinese food. The boss is Malaysian and the employees are from Fujian. Kung Pao Chicken is good, but the noodles tastes milder, so add salt. The price is still not expensive. We have 7 men, 7 dishes, 5 meat, two bowls of noodles, and ate 120 pounds, which is really not expensive.