Re­cently opened Guilin Rice Noo­dles is prov­ing a hit.

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Two months in, Guilin Rice Noo­dles is go­ing steady

Tra­di­tion­ally served with horse meat, Guilin rice noo­dles have long been a staple break­fast food in the north east­ern Chi­nese city of Guilin. At this strangely dec­o­rated Do­min­ion Road store – where fake grape vines, ar­ti­fi­cial corn, and dra­matic land­scapes hang from the walls – the food is ex­cel­lent and horse-free. In fact, this is one of the only spots for noo­dles like these in the city. Here, the tra­di­tional Guilin rice noo­dles with pork mince and chilli oil (pic­tured) is like a lighter ver­sion of a Sichuan-style dan dan soup. Ex­tra noo­dles and soup come free of charge. 263 Do­min­ion Rd, Mt Eden


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