Xi'an Famous Foods

Row 1

68 Kenmare St (btw Mott & Mulberry)
New York, NY 10012
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–8:30 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–9:00 PM

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  • Tasty, affordable, quick. Not a lot of place to sit, perfect for takeout.
  • Awesome hand made noodles. Stick with regular spicy levels, it's plenty hot already.
  • N1, L2, B2. Every time.
  • N1: Spicy lamb noodles!
  • Extremely over priced, you can get better quality food blocks away in Chinatown for a major fraction of the price.
  • Pao mo is a must try
  • The priciest of all noodle restaurants, but the variety is good, great flavor and service, but Chinatown has much better.
  • Spicy & tingly beef hand-ripped noodles is the move. Spicy Asian cucumber salad is tremendous.
  • Tasty noodles
  • Soups and the sandwiches
  • Oxtail noodle soup
  • Same old, same old. That's a good thing.
  • I really enjoyed the lamb burger. Very flavorful and not to dry. I loved the pork noodles. The noodles held an excellent texture to them. I will definitely return
  • Great diversity of menu items. Dip your noodles in the vinegar sauce that comes with the spinach dumplings
  • As solid as all of their other locations. The tingly & spicy beef noodles are perfection.
  • Maybe a bit more unusual, but very good and authentic. Try the cold-skin noodles (A1) and the spicy lamb burger (B2).
  • Stewed pork noodles. Spicy cucumber salad. So cool to watch them pull the noodles. Very small so you may have to wait in line outside.
  • Pork noodles were decent, but honestly $10+ is too much to pay for cheap Chinese food at a take-out place. You'd be better off walking south to Chinatown.
  • Ordered the chicken concubine noodles and found a white string. dangling in my bowl. Sent it back and got the same plate again within a minute or so.... Won't be coming back
  • The food at this location might be the best in Manhattan. They give you more lamb and the noodles are tastier than many other XFFs.