Hand-made Chinese noodles made of heavy dough is known as Lamien or commonly called Lamien here in Manila. Restaurants offering this dish is popular in this area. Since the dough is pulled/ stretched by hand into strands they're served perhaps twice as long as your usual spaghetti strands. They're heavier too. Taste and seasoning are well-balanced for both the soup and stir-fry noodles. The beef variety for both are the top-sellers. I just love the blend of tomatoes, peanuts roasted with the skin, and tender and fatty beef on the stir-fried Lamien!
The restaurant is usually full of diners from the morning all the way at night. I've eaten here for brunch, lunch, and late dinner. One order can be good for two if you want a light meal. No service charge so leave a tip for the attentive service staff.
Seafood Lamien Soup P230
Just like the next person, I enjoy good food. Doesn't matter if it's cooked one minute or one hour, if it looks good, it usually is.