We arrive at lunch time on a Sunday and we only waited for about 15 minutes which was very reasonable considering the small space (probably around 12 seats) and most noodles are pulled to order. They serve hand made noodles from Shaanxi region and the place has a more hip and cool decor than most Chinese places with recycle expose wood interior.
He was pulling/flipping the noodle so quickly that I could barely capture it, I should have done a short video instead. With only a few seconds flip, their thick noodles are ready to cook.
招牌香辣土豆片夾饃 Potato Jia-Mo $3.99
~ House made soft Mo bread stuffed with sliced potato, marinated tofu, fresh tofu sheets and their signature spicy sauce
They also have a pork belly version that we'll have to try next time but we thought the potato/tofu version was interesting since we always have this type of bun with some sort of meat. We both like this especially the extra texture from the potato sheets but it's really not spicy at all.