No doubt about it: Kai Xuan is a real Chinese restaurant. The son of the family business, Kai Zhou, makes it clear that this isn't a place with just pork-fried rice on the menu. Instead, they specialise in a menu of 'lamian', the Chinese noodles that begat ramen. They're not very different from ramen: the broth is made from pork rib and chicken, but these noodles are a bit saltier than ramen noodles, and perhaps not as delicate.
|Venue name:||Kai Xuan||Contact:|
Roger de Flor, 74
|Transport:||Arc de Trionf (M: L1)|