Even though it didn’t take a few minutes, there was so much hot steam coming from the noodles you could see how hot it was, but not yet hot enough to reach its fourth form Plasma!
It was amazing to see all this hot air/steam coming off the noodles when you picked them up, I had to hold the noodles higher up in the air so that it had more surface area to cool.
I tried the soup and it was pure liver broth with some salt, it tasted exactly like the broth’s that Chinese families make to increase their diet with iron.
The spoon that was given was quite good too, it was rounded and could hold more contents.
The taste of the liver was great, they were thinly sliced and not bitter at all, there was a slight creaminess when you ate them.
After I finished noodles, the remaining broth still had piping hot air coming off it which was hard to photograph.
They had toilets at this joint which was surprising.
The fire was turned on to its max, the flames were almost taller than the saucepan and the saucepan was heated so much that contents inside were frothing and overflowing as if they applied nucleate boiling and superheating cooking these noodles.