The noodles in this state-of-the-art city centre venue really made an impression on us. We chose the dan dan mian (served dry as the chef recommended), and were quickly hit with an explosion of flavours. The noodles with minced pork and Si Chuan peppers were decorated with a bit of fresh cabbage, carrots and cilantro and a fiery sauce making it a truly flavourful dish. There are at least a dozen different noodle dishes on offer, all of them served either as a soup or what they call dry (but you still get sauce) and you can also choose rice noodles or homemade Italian-style noodles. The menu offers different dumplings and other à la carte dishes, but why not stick with the noodles, as they certainly made our day better, if not luckier.