Chinese noodles join a growing wave of pan-Asian dining options making their way to the southeast. The newest brings Shang Mian to Silverado Ranch Place close to the intersection of Silverado Ranch Boulevard and Maryland Parkway from Shang Artisan Noodle. The 1,350-square-foot corner space features some of the dishes from the original location on Flamingo Road along with new homemade noodles.
Shang Mian highlights the cuisine traditions of Shan-Xi, a landlocked northern Chinese province, including kneading and hand-pulling dough. Those noodles go into hot and cold dishes at the fast-casual restaurant.
Try dan dan noodles with minced pork, mapo tofu noodles, or cold chicken sesame noodles.
Rice and chow mien dishes include shang fried rice, yang-zhou fried rice, or chow mien with veggies, chicken, or shrimp. A roster of noodle soups span wonton, spicy beef, pork belly, and seafood, while side dishes include spicy pork dumplings, pork and cabbage pot stickers, beef pancakes, and cucumber salad.
Shang Mian, 9882 S. Maryland Pkwy., 702-888-1378. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Takeout available.
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