Not too many Chinese restaurants in Vancouver serve real hand-pulled noodles. Hand-pulled noodles are a northern Chinese specialty. The texture is richer, chewier, than regular noodles and making the noodles is a very labor-intensive process. The noodle maker works with the dough, pulling it with his hands, stretching it longer and longer, and alternating the pulling with twists, whacks, and flouring. Eventually with each twist, the dough separates into thinner and thinner strands.
It's wonderful to watch a master noodlemaker like this.
The finished product, and he was happy to show it off. These noodles are fantastically long and fun to eat.
I took these photos from a few tables away, excuse the poor quality.