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Everyone loves watching the noodle-makers here in action, as they dominate dough by slapping it on a slab, then artfully stretch it into thin strands. Sure, the frills don't get any fewer. But noodles don't get any fresher (and they couldn't be less expensive). The thin-skinned dumplings, ethereally light, get equal billing to the dozen soup options, from the lauded beef tendon to the "miscellaneous ox part" version.