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[NYC - Hamilton Heights] The Handpulled Noodle - Delivery to Harlem and Washington Heights

The Handpulled Noodle in Hamilton Heights is kind of a secret spot for those of us who live and/or work in upper Manhattan. You can find it on Seamless for delivery.

Let me just say that I rarely photograph my delivery food because it usually looks very...unappetizing and one of the things I believe in for my blog and Instagram is showing food exactly as it appears and is served to me without any manipulations or staging, so bear with me with the kind of unappetizing food photos below. 


I have tried a large variety of the food items, but today's post is about the "Beijing Bolognese" (Zha Jiang Mien, jjajangmyun). The Beijing Bolognese is not spicy at all and is kind of like a savory sort of gravy over the noodles.

You can also build your own bowls and choose between noodle types, sauces, proteins, etc. There are nine types of noodles - 4 are handpulled and 5 are not handpulled. If you're vegan or gluten-free, no worries, there are options for you. If you choose to go for the soup option, there are six soup flavors to choose from.

I have also ordered the Spicy Cumin Beef before, which is another one of the set options. I would also recommend that if you want something spicy.

The prices are a little on the higher side, but they are one of the only options for Chinese food and noodles in upper Manhattan. The serving size is pretty big, too, so I can usually get two meals out of the one order.

I work in Washington Heights and they deliver all the way to my office, so this is a great option for delivery if you work or study at Columbia University, too. There's a delivery fee, but if you combine it with all of your friends' or coworkers' orders, it'll be negligible.



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