Lanzhou beef lamian
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Lanzhou beef lamian (simplified Chinese: 兰州牛肉面; traditional Chinese: 蘭州牛肉麺), or Lanzhou beef hand-pulled noodle, is a type of Chinese noodle dish originated in Lanzhou, China, and generally popular in China. It is referred to as "beef noodle" (牛肉面) or "beef big bowl” (牛大碗) in Lanzhou. It is sometimes simply called lamian (拉面), which means hand-pulled noodle in Chinese, or "beef lamian" (牛肉拉面) elsewhere in China.
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