Video: How to Make Hunanese Fish Noodle Soup at New York’s Hunan Slurp

Fish noodle soup is a street food classic in China’s southwestern Hunan Province. The dish involves a fish fillet doused in a silky pork bone broth and served with a side of chewy rice noodles.

For Wang Chao, the owner of Hunan Slurp in New York’s trendy East Village, it’s a taste of home.

In this video, Wang shows us how he makes his signature dish and talks about how his restaurant is adding diversity to New York’s Chinese food scene.

Watch video at You Tube (4:50 minutes) . . . . .

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