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Tri-Tip Lo Mein Brings Together Classic BBQ And Traditional Chinese Noodles

The best thing about food festivals like the upcoming Noods Noods Noods in Santa Ana, California, is that you get to try a fusion of foods that you probably never even thought would be amazing together. Case in point, the Sweet ‘n’ Spicy Tri-Tip Lo Mein being handed out by Tri-Tip Man during the Foodbeast X Cup Noodles hosted festival.

Tender tri-tip is usually a headliner in the BBQ world, and noodles are a surprisingly perfect assistant. Put the two together and you’ve got some David Blaine-level magic in a bowl.

The Tri-Tip Lo Mein will consist of Tri-Tip Man’s famous smoked tri-tip, covered in a sweet and spicy plum sauce, and served over lo mein noodles and veggies. Topped off with a spicy sesame sauce drizzle, you’ll have a variety of flavors and sensations dancing in your mouth like that rooftop party where everyone’s doing cocaine, and you don’t know what’s going on, but the DJ is on fire.

This isn’t Tri-Tip Man’s first Foodbeast rodeo, debuting a tri-tip empanada that was bursting with flavor for 2017’s Oozefestival.

There will be more exclusive noodle combinations, from Orange County’s premiere restaurants at Foobeast’s AYCE Asian food festival, NOODS NOODS NOODS, presented by Original Cup Noodles.

You can purchase your tickets here. Ticket types include Marketplace (buy as you go) or VIP (all you can consume for three hours).

By Isai Rocha

Isai is the self-proclaimed Kanye West of burrito eating. He has a hard time trusting vegans, ranch dressing and especially vegan ranch dressing.