This London Restaurant Serves Epic 12-Foot Noodles • Murger Han

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Murger Han

Send noods. 12-foot noods.



Murger Han is London’s very first authentic Xi’an restaurant and it arrived in the capital back in 2014. Best known for their 12-foot Biang-Biang noodles, Murger Han is a must-visit for foodies and noodie enthusiasts alike – and with spots in Euston, Mayfair, and Bank, there are noods all over the city for you to try! (Featured image: @freshmikeeats


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The famous noodles—which, if stretched out, are taller than you—are hand-pulled in front of guests, and they’re seriously fun to eat.

Just look at these epic #NoodlePulls:


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It’s not all about the noodles though. Murger Han Han also has a variety of other dishes to boast about on its menu. For starters, the restaurant’s namesake: The Murger. The Murger—or rou jia mo in Mandarin—is a pan-baked flatbread filled with spiced pork belly slow-cooked in a well-seasoned soup. Coming from the Shaanxi province of China, the taste is totally unique and incomparable to typical Chinese flavours, as the base of all Xi’an cuisine is based on cumin, chilli and Mongolian salt. The Murger is considered the Chinese equivalent to the Western hamburger, and is supposedly the oldest sandwich in the world, dating all the way back to the Qin Dynasty (221BC–206BC).


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The best bit of all, though? You can now get these epic noods delivered to your door, as Murger Han have launched a London-wide delivery service. It’s available from 12-9pm every day, and there’s no delivery fee, although you’ll need a minimum spend of £30 – additionally, orders will need to be placed with the Euston branch. You can use it to start taking advantage of their upcoming Chinese New Year offers, which include £6 noodle dishes and free gifts with your orders. Yum!

Location: Find Murger Han at 62 Eversholt Street, Euston, NW1 1DA and 9 Philpot Lane, City of London, EC3M 8AA, and find Murger Han Han at 8A Sackville Street, Mayfair, W1S 3DF.
Opening hours: currently closed for indoor dining – in normal times they’re open 12–10pm every day. Takeaway orders can be placed on their website.
Prices: most dishes range from about £6 to £14.50.
More information: on their website.

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