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The Best Hand-Pulled Noodles in Toronto

The Best Hand-Pulled Noodles in Toronto

The Best Hand-Pulled Noodles in Toronto

There's something fiercely hypnotic about watching chefs making la mian or hand-pulled noodles. Originating from China, this dish has made its way to Toronto in recent years and more spots keep opening up. The allure behind watching these chefs use their hands to turn clumps of dough into flowing strings of noodles can be mesmerizing. However, eating it is what makes it that much more enjoyable.

Here are the best hand-pulled noodles shops in Toronto.

10

4271 Sheppard Ave E

Orient Express

Orient Express

This small noodle spot in Scarborough has noodle bowls that look just as beautiful as the interior. Their broth is incredibly rich and as with the other spots on this list, use a beefy concoction for their noodle soup bowls.

7

185 Dundas St W

1915 Lan Zhou Ramen

1915 Lan Zhou Ramen

This hand-pulled noodle spot has two locations and both serve up massive bowls of noodles. Don't let the "ramen" name fool you; they do a traditional Chinese hand-pulled noodle soup and the ramen name is just in reference to the use of wheat noodles.

2

235 Consumers Rd e1

Omni Palace

Omni Palace

Omni Palace is China's largest hand-pulled noodle brand that has made its way to Toronto. The menu is entirely halal and you can watch the back of house making the noodles through the plexliglass that looks into the kitchen.

The Best Hand-Pulled Noodles in Toronto

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The Best Hand-Pulled Noodles in Toronto

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There's something fiercely hypnotic about watching chefs making la mian or hand-pulled noodles. Originating from China, this dish has made its way to Toronto in recent years and more spots keep opening up. The allure behind watching these chefs use their hands to turn clumps of dough into flowing strings of noodles can be mesmerizing. However, eating it is what makes it that much more enjoyable.

Here are the best hand-pulled noodles shops in Toronto.