Written by Sarah Dahl
June 19, 20172:48 pm 2 Comments
Junzi is jamming
Junzi Kitchen, MoHi’s latest spot for fast casual food, had a soft opening last week. We sent Senior Staffer Sarah Dahl to check out Junzi’s Northern Chinese cuisine. The restaurant is having its official grand opening today (Monday), and also opened a New Haven location near Yale’s campus in October, 2015 (Columbia’s is obviously better!).
I’ve been eyeing Junzi’s windows all semester, waiting eagerly for it to open – and it didn’t disappoint. Junzi Kitchen offers a unique spin on fast casual dining. Different from other campus spots such as Sweetgreen, Dig Inn, or the Westside salad bar; Junzi serves up make-your-own noodle and bing dishes in Northern Chinese style. Bing is a type of wheat dough unique to Northern China, where it’s difficult to grow rice. Bing noodles and rolls (chun bing) are the bedrock of traditional food in Northern China, where Junzi’s founders are from.
Typical Chinese food in New York, and around the US in general, includes rice, different from the bing-only Northern Chinese style. Northern Chinese food also tends to be less spicy and somewhat lighter, according to several members of Junzi’s PR team with whom I spoke.
So how was the meal?
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