Unit 6, 2280 Carling Ave
613-828-8988

Rice Pea
Hot and Sour Soup at Rice Pea
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Handmade Noodles at Rice Pea
Handmade Noodles at Rice Pea
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Handmade Noodles at Rice Pea
Handmade Noodles at Rice Pea
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Comments

2009 Jul 22
I haven't been here but I received a take out menu in the mail box yesterday.

It appears that they have dumbed down the menu. I imagine they did so to cater to the masses in the immediate area. It has been considerably Westernized.See the website for the update.

I'm sure that one could probably get stuff for the original menu.

I was wondering how long their original menu would last.

On a positive note, they now open at 11:30 Tueday-Thur for lunch.


2009 Apr 5
Went here tonight for dinner and all I can say is wow!!! By far the best Chinese Ive had in the city. Do not go here if your looking for chicken balls and sweet and sour pork etc... They cook lots of offal, chicken necks, gizzards, hearts, feet etc... Braised pig stomach and much more! This will be my new place to get a "fix" of real Chinese cooking.. Cant wait to get back there. Didn't take any photos...sob sob...

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2014 Apr 18
The braised pork ribs noodle soup comes with the same amazing handmade noodles. The pork was fall off the bones and the broth was nice. Definitely recommend. The ribs reminded me of my mom's.

I did try the beef brisket version of this dish and prefer the pork ribs. They are sweater and actually more meaty.

2014 Apr 18
Here is a picture of the "Hot oil topped on handmade noodles". It is delicious. The waitress told us to mix it first and there was an oily sauce (mix of chili oil and soy sauce?) at the bottom. The red powder seems to be chili powder. Everyone really liked this dish! It tasted like dumpling dough.

2012 Nov 21
Here is a nice daytime photo of these delicious noodles. Soooo good!

2012 Oct 25
We opted for the Steamed Noodle in Chili Sauce from the "Chef's Specials" menu at the recommendation of our server (we were also considering the "Hot oil topped on handmade noodle" dish).

This dish is not hot in temperature! It's a little spicy, but not overwhelmingly so. If you like Thai noodle salads then you will love this dish! The succulent, wide, flat, tender-chewy noodles are swimming in a tasty chili oil concoction, and they sit between a base of bean sprouts and a garnish of julienned cucumber. This is an addictive food!!




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2015 Feb 28
I don't normally enjoy hot and sour soup much as I find it overly sweet, bamboo-y, and vinegary, but without much depth. However, I trust Rice Pea and really wanted to give theirs a shot. $3.50 for a generous small bowl.

Super tasty! Not sweet at all, nicely balanced, and all the parts I like. This is the best hot and sour soup I've had.