Amazing, even better than xian's famous foods in nyc. We had biang noodles, most of the chef's specials (dumplings in vinegar, pita bread with pulled pork, bread soup with beef brisket, and cold skin noodles). They were all super flavorful, spicy, and hearty. Perfect for cold winter. Great prices too. The dishes are family style so come in groups!They also have live music (chinese zither/harp instrument) and the guy was good.
Come to Shaanxi Garden to enjoy authentic Chinese food and Guzheng (Chinese Harp) music performance every Friday and Saturday from 6 pm to 8:30 pm!
The performer will be dressed in a traditional Ancient Chinese outfit to suit the occasion. No tickets needed and all are welcome! What is a better way to spend the weekend by food, drink, music and .. much more fun!古筝表演！表演者将传传统汉服，体验中国文化，来家在陕西吧！
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