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Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle Restaurant


The legendary Ay-chung started on the street of the old Taipei’s Won-Hwa  (萬華) district. It started by selling noodle dishes from a push cart. After 35 years, the restaurant made its debut in Flushings, NY. During the next five years, it has expanded to California and Texas.

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The Scene:

Ay-chung flour-rice noodle’s signature red and yellow dual stripe is now part of every major city’s Chinatown landmark. Inside the restaurant, you will notice the blend of warm colors and the two beautiful plasma TV's. Even the chair and table colors complement the wall colors which is a nice touch.


The Food:

Known for its food, Ay-Chung Restaurant has a nice selection of traditional Taiwanese dishes. Their best selling dishes are the pork chop with rice and House special thin noodle. Their prices are unbelievably cheap.


Heads Up:

When you come here, first go to the round table next to the counter and look at the menu. Decide and order what you like with the cashier. Bubble teas are also available here. This is a great one stop place for a delicious lunch and good bubble tea drink.



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Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle Restaurant

9338 Bellaire Blvd.
Houston, TX 77036
(Located next to Diho Center)
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Entree Menu

Entree Menu Pg.2

Drink & Ice Slushy Menu

Tele: 713-773-0888
Hours of Operations:
Mon - Sun: 11-10:00 p.m.
· $
Payments Accepted

User Reviews

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-Review by Tommy

This place has one of the best beef noodle soup I have ever tasted. The soup is made to perfection, the beef is so tender, and the noodles, oh the noodles is so good. Price is reasonable but the food is exceptional. Another dish I would recommend is the Fried Crispy Chicken. This is my favorite dish everywhere but I love it here the most. I would recommend this place to anyone who want a traditional Taiwanese meal or just want to try something new.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)


-Review by JR

Ay-Chung’s famous House Special Thin Noodle history goes back more than 30 years. The price is good and the thin noodle tastes great. This famous thin noodle is made from rice flour and the soup is made from thick cornstarch mixed with basil, black pepper and oysters. If you have never tasted it before, then you should give it a try.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)


-Review by Caroline

Advice to vegetarians: not much can be had here in terms of vegetarian fare. They were accomodating, however the portion was small and a little pricy and nothing special.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 2.8
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)