Monday, January 28, 2013

Ching @ Tustin, Seafood Noodle Soup

Seafood Noodle Soup combo ★★★★

Good for: 
When you are feeling sick (the healthy seafood noodle soup), craving for black bean sauced noodles (Jajangmyeon, zhajiangmian or炸酱面, whatever)

Price: $

Today I felt so sore from all the exercise I did yesterday (all the exercise == 40 min or work out), and was craving a healthy noodle soup place for lunch. So I ended up going to this small food court in Woori’s market (Korean supermarket on Redhill before 5).

There are altogether three places in the food court, a Chinese Korean, a Korean and a Japanese. We wanted to have the black bean noodle, but was afraid that it would be too dry, so we ordered a seafood noodle soup combo from “Ching” in the end.

It was not the best combo I had, but it was the perfect food I need for lunch today. Noodle soup, there are several categories:
A. Strong flavored oily beef noodle soup
B. Strong flavored miso ramen
C. Normal ramen (sometimes with starch)
D. Normal beef noodle soup
E. Sweet salty Pho
F. Clear soup Korean noodles with no spicy
G. Mama’s homemade noodle soup

Pardon me for any possibly missing categories… Obviously my preference for lunch today is G, but since that’s not available I turned to F. Someday, I shall have a post about all the differences in the noodles too:p As the noodles here at Ching is different than traditional Chinese noodles, they are more smooth (sort of like spaghetti).

More exercise tonight maybe? I hope my body doesn’t ache that much after more work out, so I can go for A in the list soon lol.

Ching Chinese Express
14551 Red Hill Ave
Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 838-8001

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