YunShang Rice Noodle is a Chinese restaurant that serves hot pot style dishes.

YunShang Rice Noodle
YunShang Rice Noodle
YunShang Rice Noodle
YunShang Rice Noodle
YunShang Rice Noodle
YunShang Rice Noodle
Foods from YunShang Rice Noodle

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Sep 22
Add ins

Sep 22
Soda.

Sep 22
Noodles.

Sep 22
Sorry the photo below is the spicy soup from my second visit. Here are pictures from my first visit. Coconut soup.

Sep 22
I have been to YunShang Rice Noodle twice now and have thoroughly enjoyed my meal both times. As schtickyrice mentioned the meal is served hotpot style. A bowl of broth is brought to the table piping hot and still boiling. A tray of condiments and add ins is given to the diner. Add ins include tofu skins, Chinese sausage, and thinly sliced fondue meat among others. A bowl of noodles is also provided and free refills are available but one serving was enough for me. The first time I went I ordered curry coconut soup with beef which was supposedly spicy but it wasn't. I ordered a lemon strawberry soda was was more like a flavored sparling water on a hot summer day. The second time I went I ordered the spicy soup with seafood and it did have a bit of heat to it. I ordered the passionfruit soda and I enjoyed it very much. I really enjoyed both of my meals and will gladly go back but I hope they make the spicy broths a bit spicier.

Pictures is the coconut soup from my first visit.

Sep 21
Here's what the soup looks like. The price includes a steaming hot bowl of broth and the tray of ingredients, including the frozen rolls of sliced meat. I opted for the spicy soup, which had a restrained kick of chilis and good flavour.

I paid extra for fish, mostly because I didn't realize that the sliced meat would be included. The rice noodles are unlimited but I had no need for more than the initial serving.

The crispy fried chicken wasn't super flavourful and the coating felt weirdly powdery on my tongue. Let me know if you try it and have better luck!

Service was super friendly and helpful. Worth checking out if it sounds interesting to you.

Sep 21
Checked out this place for lunch on Saturday.

Clean, nicely furnished space with young attentive staff fluent in English.

Yunnan style rice noodles are the specialty here. Unlike its Vietnamese pho cousin across the border, Yunnan style rice noodles are round, not flat, and are served in a heartier pork or chicken broth that is cloudy, not clear.

Every order comes with standard bento box of assorted condiments,vegetables, tofu, and three slices of beef (hotpot style). You pick your own broth (included in set price), and additional beef, lamb, chicken or fish toppings, which are extra. We payed $3.99 for sliced lamb, and $4.99 for fresh fish fillets.

Very impressed by the freshness of everything served. The bone broth is the key feature here, good to the last drop. Overall prices are slightly more than Vietnamese pho, but a refreshing change of pace in a more upscale environment.