There’s Still ‘Plenty of Kitchen Magic’ at Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House; Rice & Mix’s Korean Fried Chicken Wings ‘Satisfy’

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• Craig LaBan affirms there’s still “plenty of kitchen magic” at Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House. Enough to merit an enthusiastic two-bell review. “Stretched to order” noodles for soups and stir-fries serve as “one of Chinatown's most worthy and unique draws,” and with the entire menu coming it at under $10, “one of the city's knockout flavor values,” too. [Inquirer]

• Midtown Lunch-ers rave about the newly added Korean fried chicken wings at Rice & Mix. Though “more heat-oriented than the savory soy-garlic combo favored in NY,” the “satisfying” wings’ “batter that stayed crispy and held on tight.” [Midtown Lunch]