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Businiess name:  Szechuan Noodle Bowl
Review by:  Jean B.
Review content: 
This is the perfect place to sample fresh handmade Chinese noodle dishes in the International district. The restaurant is small and the service is friendly and personal. I recommend this restaurant for anytime, but I especially like it for days when I am craving comfort food. All the patrons seem to become regulars. On any given night, you will see people cutting and stuffing won tons in a corner of the dining room, which I find fascinating to watch. This is not run-of-the-mill Americanized Chinese food. Every menu item is excellent, but there are a few outstanding ones that deserve special mention. You have to try the green onion pancake as an appetizer, and the chicken soup is awesome. For vegetarians, the hot and spicy tofu and spinach noodles are a must.

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