If I could pick one necessary life skill to learn, hand-pulling Chinese noodles would be it. "Hand pulled" is a bit of a misnomer—or an understatement. A big wad of dough is stretched and whipped around the entire kitchen until it magically becomes a strand. When you celebrate your birthday in China, the tradition is to dine on soup containing a single, incredibly long (think "longevity"), hand-pulled noodle.
This is consistently ranked the best noodle restaurant in Fuzhou, and it won't disappoint.