MDelicious “snail noodles” (luosifen - I think that’s what it’s called?). I love eating these spicy noodles and I usually get them from supermarkets which are already very very good but they take a little more effort than regular instant noodles so when I’m feeling lazy and craving for these noodles, this is a good option.
- Timothy CI'm a native of Nanning, Guangxi and I'd like to think I know what I'm talking about. With respect to their Guilin and Laoyou noodles, I think it's probably the best you can get within the GTA. A lot of HK cafes around Markham market "Guilin" noodles, but the taste is usually not even close to what they serve in Guangxi. Taste of Guangxi comes pretty close to the real deal; it's not perfect, but this is Canada. Their Luosifen offering is also above average, I'd say it's better than those prepackaged ones you can buy at T&T, but not by a wide margin. The ingredients are definitely fresher, however. Also, keep in mind that the Luosifen they serve here is a little mild to my tastes, so I always ask them to add more spice.
- H AOct 2018 It is 3rd one of my favorite noodle restaurant in GTA. I love their menu which is made by bamboo. The noodle soup is simple but rich. Mar 2019 The short hair female server was very helpful and considerate! I love their noodle soup with duck feet, super delicious!