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Do you ever think to yourself "I just wanna have as much food as possible, for as little money as possible, and I don`t even care how rubbish the restaurant is, or how mediocre the food is?" No? Well, I think people should think that way more often. Now I`m not saying that you should eat the mac & cheese that your grandmother added sprinkles to, because she can`t read food labels (mmm... actually that`d be kind of cool), but to me, there`s just too much pretentiousness towards food nowadays, and sometimes I just want to stuff my face on a budget. That`s where (Jian Hong Beef Noodles) comes in. Seriously, their big bowl of beef noodle soup is comically large.
Hell yeah jumbo bowl of noodles. The way it works at this shop is that they serve 3 sizes, which appropriately enough are , , ... with the prices being 65, 75, and 85 NT respectively. Curious as to how big the large bowl was, I splurged and gave in. For 85 NT ($2.70) you get a bowl about 30 cm across (yes I`m using metric), filled with 12 huge pieces of beef, which I actually counted, and a generous helping of noodles (both knife cut or thin are available). Here`s the kicker, if you finish your noodles and still have broth, you can ask for more noodles. That works the other way too, if you have too much noodles and not enough soup... well refills on that. Crazy right? I`m not sure who exactly would even ask for seconds though, I can eat like a champ, and I didn`t feel too hot after finishing. For reference... the spoon in the bowl is actually the over-sized metal Asian soup spoons. Epic bowl is epic.
Anyway, the noodles are nice and thick, nothing special, most certainly of no comparison to , but there`s a lot of them. The beef isn`t all that tender, and is chock full of tendons, which probably need more time stewing in broth, but again... there`s a lot of it. The broth, I think you know where this is going, mediocre, but lots. Summary? Massive quantities of food that would only rank as mediocre. Bonus points for giving me a carton of milk tea to wash down the noodles though.