Tony’s Beef Noodle
Tony’s Beef Noodle is a tiny little ghetto/hole-in-the-wall Taiwanese noodle shop across from Oakridge Centre. Despite being small, it was quite busy during our visit.
We ordered the Taiwanese Fried Rice Noodle ($6.50) which turned out to be a relatively small dish served with cabbage. The vermicelli itself had a nice chewy texture.
Since this is a noodle shop, I figured it only made sense to order the Beef Noodle in Spicy Soup ($7.95 large). I found that the thin noodles were soft yet still had a firm/chewy texture. The beef was quite tender and the broth had a rich flavour. Nothing really refined here but for the price and the ambiance, you don’t expect it to be.
We finished our meal with the Shanghai Style Pork Dumplings ($5.95). The dumplings were not bad but wasn’t very soupy inside and the dipping sauce was fairly bland.
There’s both better and worse compared with Tony’s but the prices aren’t bad (cash only).
5754 Cambie Street
Posted on April 16, 2015, in Noodle House, Restaurant Review, Taiwanese and tagged Food, Noodle House, Oakridge, restaurant review, South Cambie, Taiwanese, Vancouver, Xiao Long Bao. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.