A list of frequently asked questions from our customers
Do you have Gluten free options
Updated: 23 April 2022
We are introducing a gluten-free vegan glassnoodle dish to our menu. The gluten-free dish will take an extra time for cooking as it will be prepared in a separate cooker, instead of our powerful noodle cooker.
You can choose to add chickpeas as an extra protein to your dish. But unfortunately, the mince pork is not gluten free.
How hot is hot?
We kindly ask you to choose a spicy level when ordering your food - mild, hot, extra hot.
It is difficult to quantify the spiciness. As a Chongqing native, I would say our Extra Hot is quite spicy (but of course there are people who can bear the level). So if you are not sure about your level, you can always start from mild, and it is free to add more chillis.
It is a big cost for us to remake your dishes if they are too spicy after you have eaten them. So we kindly ask you to pay in such situation.
You can also ask to have no chilli and peppercorn at all, or ask us to put spices on the side instead of in the noodle bowl.
How to make Reservation and do we need to book
For reservation please visit the pub's website https://jackalopelondon.com/
Typically, there is space for walk-ins. But if you are coming in as a group on Friday evening, we suggest you make a booking first.
For group larger than 6, you need to call the pub for reservation. Tel: 0203 455 2871
Are the special dishes available?
Beef noodle is served on Saturday only.
Pig trotter and fat end special noodles are currently not in production. We wish to bring them back when our capacity expands.
What is Xiaomian
Xiaomian is a traditional dish from Chongqing, a city in the Southwest of China.
Xiaomian is like a ramen style dish. But instead of focusing on the broth, the uniqueness of Xiaomian lies in the variety of ingredients in the noodle base, especially the chilli sauces. Our chilli sauces is made from three different types of chillis and over 15 types of indigenous spices.
What is the difference between Xiaomian and Glassnoodle
Glassnoodle is made from sweet potato starch. The texture is quite different to wheat noodles, and the look is transparent.
Our hot & sour glass noodle is a traditional and popular street food from Chongqing. It has vinegar in the base to make the noodle taste sour, and is balanced by the chilli sauces.
The default option is to use coriander as the topping. You can indicate to remove coriander if you do not like it.