If you happen to be in a mall full of nail salons, cellphone accessories and knock-off merchandise, and happen to be hungry, look no further for the one food vendor who seemingly attracts people by the loud, jarring sounds of dough hitting the table.
Sun’s Kitchen is notably well-known in Pacific Mall for fresh, hand-pulled noodles. Watching the chef make the noodles is a spectacle in itself — whacking and pulling the dough to activate the gluten, eventually the dough is stretched to thin, noodle strands.
I remember having a bowl of hand-pulled noodles here when I was younger and loved it very much.
Since Sun’s Kitchen is located in a food court, so table service is non-existent. Noodles are made-to-order, which is about a 5 minute wait (could be longer during peak times) after given a receipt with an order number. They call the number once your food is ready.
The broth itself is nothing special, in fact, it was quite bland and not as good I remembered it to be. The noodles do make up for it though; chewy and soft. They also give you a cup of sweetened soy milk.
It’s cheap fix if you have craving for noodles, you’re guarantee to spend less than $10/bowl here.
Sun’s Kitchen (second floor of Pacific Mall)
4300 Steeles Ave E.