Culinary surprises continue to pop up on El Paso’s East Side, like these fine hand-pulled noodles. Try this: The pan-fried dumplings are golden and prepared with chicken, pork, or vegetables. Kung Pao Chicken Bao is the perfect appetizer before diving into a gigantic bowl of spicy tonkotsu ramen with chashu. If you veer off the noodle menu, check out the sushi rolls, like the Godzilla, a tempura-fried beauty loaded with tuna, salmon, and crab. The spider roll is filled with fried soft-shell crab and drizzled with eel sauce. Pro tip: Dining space is limited due to social distancing, and takeout is popular, making for a busy parking lot in the evenings.