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Dai Ho Kitchen's spicy beef noodle soup is an angry red brew spiked with chopped herbs, golf ball-sized chunks of long-simmered meat and noodles - slithery, linguine-thick noodles, disarmingly soft, that like all the best pasta seem to have mastered the trick of appearing almost alive. The house-special cold appetizer of spicy tripe, pressed tofu and sliced pork shank is delicious. But Dai Ho's version of the beef noodle soup is on a plane of its own, a dense, stinky taste of Valhalla.

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