Location:

8200 Preston Rd

Suite 110,

Plano, TX 75024 

Hours:

 

Will announce soon along with grand opening! 

©2011-2019 by Uncle Zhou. Created by Zhe Wang.

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January 1, 2017

From this year Michelin review, Uncle Zhou is listed in Michelin Recommendations, which is a award in recent continuous 5 years from 2013. 
 
The Michelin guide comments as below: 
 
"Gifted cooks have been setting up in Elmhurst to show off their skills, but the...

January 1, 2016

 

 

From this year Michelin review, Uncle Zhou is listed in Michelin Recommendations, which is a award in recent continuous 4 years from 2013

 

The Michelin guide comments as below: 

 

"Gifted cooks have been setting up in Elmhurst to show off their skills, but the chef/vi...

February 11, 2015

The signature “Dial Oil Noodles” at Uncle Zhou

 

"It's no secret that we at New York Food Journal love the fascinating cuisine of Henan, a province of 95 million people in Eastern China that is not to be confused with Hunan. Two years ago, we named the aptly titled Spicy...

 

 Mike and Dan (owner of YouTube channel Off the Great Wall) stopped by Uncle Zhou Restaurant in Elmhurst, Queens in New York for some GREAT hand pulled noodles and other popular Henan DIshes.

 

They tried the famous dish "Sweet and sour fish with dragon beard noodl...

July 31, 2013

Uncle Zhou’s Henanese eggplant dragons.

 

"The other I took my buddy George to visit my Uncle Zhou. Steven Zhou’s eponymous Henanese noodle house is a favorite place for comfort food. At Uncle Zhou’s house comfort takes one form and one form only, a bowl of long-simmered...

May 2, 2012

Elmhurst's Uncle Zhou serves up authentic specialties from China's most diverse cuisine

Thwack, twirl, twist. Thwack, twirl, twist goes the rhythm of the dough. What begins moments ago as a misshapen lump of flour and water transforms, rapidly, into a long, slender rope...

Discovering China's great under-exposed cuisine

 

"Thirty years ago in America, you’d be hard-pressed to find Chinese food outside the culinary continuum of wonton soup, lo mein and sweet-and-sour chicken, a dish designed as a delivery system for sugar and red dye. But i...

September 10, 2011

TIME OUT SAYS:

 

"Noodles are the star of this Henan-style restaurant, run by native Steven Zhou, since 2011. For the “Dial Oil” noodles (you bo mian), spaghetti-like strands are coated in vinegar, then topped with a sizzling, garlic-infused oil and more of the minced cl...

August 9, 2011

 

"Uncle Zhou’s noodles take a star turn atop the Henan classic of baked noodles and fish (generally tilapia, $16.95, or bluefish, $19.95). A whole fish, gently fried, is shrouded in bei mian — in essence, hand-pulled baked angel hair — and set in a sweet-and-sour pool....

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