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From Our Editors
Chinese hamburgers might sound like a distinctly American hybrid, but in fact, they've been served for some time on the streets of Xi'An. There and here, they're combinations of spiced meat and fresh garnishes, enclosed in a somewhat dainty bun that's midway between a Chinese bao and an english muffin. The star sandwich of Chinger's concise menu incorporates another Xi'An specialty: shredded, marinated pork, graced simply with cilantro and sauce. Other versions sub in beef spiced with cumin or a gluten-based meat alternative with sliced daikon and kelp. The kitchen also fills bowls with five styles of ramen and cups with tapioca pearls harvested by tiny milk-tea divers.