Don't let the uninspiring name fool you. House of Eggroll isn't just another run-of-the-mill neighborhood Chinese restaurant slinging greasy chow mein and sticky sesame chicken. This unassuming east Valley spot is a true gem, specializing in northwestern Chinese fare, a hard-to-find regional cuisine known for blending spice and pungent vinegar to excellent effect. Specialties include hot and sour soup filled with hearty lamb dumplings, and biang biang noodles, a bowl full of gangly handmade noodles topped with bean sprouts, green beans, and succulent shredded pork. The restaurant's tiny dining room can get crowded with large parties of diners who, smartly, opt to share several of House of Eggroll's super-sized entrees. But with one taste of the not-to-be-missed braised chicken with potato and pepper, you'll be happy to have endured the wait.