Address: 4853 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
Long’s Noodle House is a very… cozy restaurant. That’s the polite way of describing way. To put it more bluntly, the restaurant is a hole in a wall. It has very few seats, and on busy nights, you would have to share table with other patrons. Nonetheless, we’ve heard good things about the food!
Wine Chicken – $7.95
Drunken chicken! The presentation was pretty neat, as it looked like they dunked a whole chicken leg in Chinese cooking wine, and let it cook slowly. Though the portion was small, the chicken was delicious. Texture-wise, the meat was tender, and it practically slid off the bone. Flavour-wise, we could hardly taste the alcohol content, most of it evaporated (presumably). The remaining “juice” was very aromatic.
Yang Chow Syle Fried Rice (楊州炒飯) – $9.50
Classic fried rice that has pretty much everything – BBQ meat, shrimp, egg, and peas. As an avid fried rice fan, I could say that this was cooked very well :P. Texture was fluffy, and flavour was well-balanced. One more bonus point for not putting so much oil!
Steamed Mini Pork Bun – $6.50
These buns were packed with pork and broth, and were wrapped in meticulously handmade dough (which were thin and soft). Definitely try these!
Molang Scores & Verdict
Not a fancy place by any means, but the food is top notch!