Unlike Vancouver, BC where there is a noodle house on every corner and every street, it is slim pickings in Palm Springs when it comes to good Chinese restaurants.
We found a small place on the east side of Washington near Harris that serves noodles, fried rice and Szechuan dishes. It’s called Da Chef Noodle and it is worth trying out.
We ordered a spicy Singaporean Noodle dish and found it quite authentic. It had the right combination of curry and soya sauce. The vermicelli noodles were fried to perfection and the taste was excellent. We also tried their fried calamari and the Orange Chicken. The latter dish was very good but we care for the batter on the calamari. It was a bit doughy and the squid was a bit chewy.
We think the noodle soups could come down in price but it they may be worth $9 but for the same price, I would rather order the fried noodles or an entree instead. The entrees come with a bowl of steamed rice and they seem to give you more rice if you asked. We were tempted to order the Peking Duck but for the price they were asking, we would expect a three-meal-deal instead of just the pancake wrapped duck skin dish.