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Old 12-20-2008, 08:48 AM
 
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Didn't think I would be seeing another fine Chinese restaurant in JAX so soon, but Christmas came early this year for me.

Mr. Chan Asian Cuisine opened up earlier and had a chance to try them a few times, all I can say is, this place is the new best Chinese food in town now. They specialize in noodle of the soup and pan fried variety (chow fun, rice noodle, egg noodle, mei fun), and chicken/duck dishes. Many dishes I dreamed of seeing in this side of the state, they have it! Hong Kong chef/owner (Mr. Chan I must presume) cooked up some delicious and inexpensive dishes that tasted better than Hong Kong Bistro and Bamboo Creek. Mr Chan's noodle soups are unique to JAX, I haven't see anyone else here that makes many of the traditional noodle dishes he's doing. Even the term "noodle soup" may be foreign to many non-Asian foodies. But it's a common comfort food for Asians. Sure think instant noodle, but 1000x better.

One thing to try is their Spicy Beef Noodle Soup. Yes, it's the real deal if you're familiar with that dish.

They have picture menu sample on the side if you ask for it, and stuffs in the picture looks just like what comes out from the kitchen.

The place is fairly small nested in a strip mall on Beach blvd, can get very crowded some times.

We finally have some decent competition for Chinese food in JAX, and all of them serve different style of traditional dishes which is a bless for Chinese food lovers.


13947 Beach Blvd #110
32225
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Old 12-22-2008, 10:04 AM
 
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13947 Beach Blvd #110
32225


I'm trying to picture where that is .

It's Beach between Hodges and San Pablo, right? Is it in the shopping plaza with Starbucks and La Nopolera?
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Old 12-22-2008, 08:20 PM
 
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13947 Beach Blvd #110
32225


I'm trying to picture where that is .

It's Beach between Hodges and San Pablo, right? Is it in the shopping plaza with Starbucks and La Nopolera?
There's Domino's Pizza and Kumon Tutor. And new Denny's across the street, it's like a small block away after Target going east bound after Hodges.
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