If you walk into a Xi'an Famous Foods, you'll likely hear the rhythm of wide hand-pulled noodles slapping onto the counter. The restaurant's biang biang noodles are the star of its most popular dish, spicy cumin lamb noodles, one of the dishes born out of a father-son dream to share the cuisine of their hometown. The city of Xi'an sits at the eastern end of the Silk Road, where flavors and cuisines of China and the Middle East combine, and today, the cuisine attracts hungry New Yorkers to Xi'an Famous Foods' 10 locations.
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