Thanks for the smile. Now, I'm hungry.
Um.. Yummy! And the dish is plated beautifully. Who wouldn't crave it? And i see a lucky cat in the window. :)
Oh that looks so good! Was that in Paris or Bayeux? I haven't had noodles made like that in ages.
Ok you're going to have to give me that address!!!
Looks good! Now we need tyhe address.
"Restaurant nouilles?"-- Good one. ;-) Quite the catchy name (at least to a French passerby.) I don't think I have heard that name since my 5-year old nephew asked me to make some past last summer. The food looks delish. Getting tired of fresh seafood, eh? Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
Do you know what the noodles are called? i need to recreate that!
And we were at the Chinese rest in Beziers yesterday. Noodles too. Yummy.
Me too.I enjoyed every mouthful LOL. Diane
@ Scintilla They are called : La Mian Hand Pulled Noodles
JanetYou're welcome! After looking at that photo again, so am I. :)MaryI loved that lucky cat!
SharonParis. I wish it were Bayeux!MilkJamHappily! 1, rue Cherubini in the 2nd.
NathalieIt was good! Though I have since read some reviews that weren't all that positive, but I loved the dish I had. 1, rue Cherubini in the 2ndVeroniqueIt is actually called Yi Shun, but I couldn't see a sign anywhere. :)
ScintillaPlease see the Beaver's response above. Let me know if you try them!ArdiolaHope you enjoyed your day in Béziers. :)
DianeNoodles like this are a rare treat! :)BeaverThanks!
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