If more places named themselves after the quality of their noodles, it would be harder to make dinner plans, but overall we’d be cool with it. Especially since the Taiwanese beef noodle soup at this Chelsea Market spot is worth crossing the Hudson River on a Citi Bike for. The combination of tender beef chunks and chewy, flat noodles make this dish one of the best things you can eat in the area, and for less than $15, you’ll get more than enough noodle soup for one.
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