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  1. The Mian West Adams interior dining room.
    Patricia Kelly Yeo
  2. Hand pulled Chengdu zhajiang noodles, cucumbers, wood ear mushrooms, and century egg in spicy sauce at Mian West Adams.
    Photograph: Time Out/Patricia Kelly Yeo

Time Out says

Mala – the unique numbing and spicy quality of Sichuan peppers – remains the name of the game at Mian, the second noodle-focused restaurant from Tony Xu and Sean Xie, the partners behind Chengdu Taste, L.A.’s first Sichuan breakout sensation in Alhambra that opened in 2013. With beer and wine offerings and an industrial chic interior, similar to Mian’s location in Artesia, the restaurant's easily decodable menu (for both spice and numbing level) ensures the heat-averse can rest easy each time they order a bowl of Chongqing-style noodles or pick from the restaurant’s varied selection of hot and cold Chinese appetizers.  


5263 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Weds-Thurs 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sat 11:30am-10pm; Sun 11:30-9pm
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