Our newly renovated restaurant is located at 16 North Earl Street, Dublin 1. This casual restaurant offers ample of indoor and outdoor seating for our guests to enjoy authentic Chinese food with friends and family.
Xian is famous as an ancient imperial capital and the departure point of the Silk Road. Our goal at Xian Street Food Earl Street is to allow our customers to enjoy the richest Xian culture and local cuisine while dining in our restaurant. Thanks to the continuous support of the local community, we had been awarded the McKennas’ Guide Plaque for being one of the best restaurant in Ireland.
At Xian Street Food, we insist to bring the most authentic Chinese food to our customers. All our sauces and flavorings are made from scratch with rich mix of herbs and spices. We strive to provide fresh and high-quality food to our customers, hence we use only the finest ingredients, 100% Irish beef, Halal chicken and Halal beef so that our food can be enjoyed by all.
Visiting Xian Street Food Dublin is like taking yourself on a Xian Food walk. Our menu includes the top-rated must try food in Xian such as Biang Biang Noodles, Roujiamo (Burger), Paomo Glass Noodles, Jianbing (Burrito) and Liangpi (cold noodles).
Never say that you have visited Xian without trying the Biang Biang Noodles. The word “Biang” is famous among Chinese learners for its 56-stroke character not found on a computer keyboard. It is named after the unique sound made while making the belt-like noodles. The hand-stretched, long and chewy Biang Biang noodles is served with vegetables, chili peppers, vinegar, and meat of your choice.
Another special street food you could find in our Earl Street restaurant is the unique Jianbing flatbread, a grain-based crepe with luscious filling. In China, Jianbing is usually eaten as finger food while people travel to work on busy mornings. Our Jianbing crepe is made fresh everyday with corn, mung bean, rye and buckwheat. Apart from the traditional slow cooked pork and lamb fillings, we now offer crispy chicken steak Jianbing with a variety of toppings.
“The Dublin restaurant is super casual, with a lovely relaxed atmosphere. It is the perfect place to chill with your family and friends, sharing food and drink.”
Alana Laverty, Lovin.ie
Biang Biang noodles which originate from the Shaanxi province are the signature dish. The name comes from the unique sound made when the large belt-like noodle dough is slapped against the counter as they are freshly-pulled.
Fresh, Home Made, Real Food
Home Delivery Available
100% Irish Beef | No MSG | Halal Chicken | Halal Beef
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