Slideshow: Hearty Korean-Chinese Cold Noodles And 'Dog Meat' at Shen Yang in L.A.

Hearty Shenyang Dinner
Hearty Shenyang Dinner
It's chilly up there in Shenyang, so it's only natural that the cuisine should feel heavy. Our meal for three featured chicken, lamb and pork.
Cold Noodles ($7.50)
Cold Noodles ($7.50)
The custom-made noodles in this salty and sour soup are accompanied by kimchee, braised egg, and slices of meat, then topped with a splattering of sesame and cilantro. It's served in an icy-cold broth.
Freshly pressed noodles ($7.50)
Freshly pressed noodles ($7.50)
The management imported Chinese machinery make these noodles.
Cumin chicken bone ($7.98)
Cumin chicken bone ($7.98)
A customer favorite, this spice-packed chicken has bones everywhere, but it's perfect food to pair with a pint of beer.
Dry Tofu With Meat and Hot Pepper ($7.98)
Dry Tofu With Meat and Hot Pepper ($7.98)
Thin tofu skin "noodles" accompanied by bell peppers and sliced pork. Slightly on the spicy side.
Lamb Skewers ($.99 each)
Lamb Skewers ($.99 each)
The skewer options at Shen Yang (like most Northern Chinese places) are vast, including beef, tendon, gizzard, shrimp, fish, squid, chicken heart, and lamb kidney.