Before the local Thai place down the street (Zab Thai) we would go to the chinese place (or order delivery) at 185th and Baseline, called Lucky Jade. They had dim-sum any time and really pretty good food.
I'm afraid they're losing money or something - their ingredients have become weird. Still very tasty and well prepared, but I ordered pan-fried noodles, and I didn't expect to get hand-rolled noodles because the only Noodle Master I've heard of in this area was at a restaurant that closed in 1986. I also didn't expect to get ramen-style noodles. I thought I'd get something closer to yakisoba style noodles, but the ramen-style noodles (which had been reconstituted and fried) were accompanied by a vegetable, seafood, and barbecue pork stir-fry with a slightly sweet, slightly tart soy-based sauce.
So, while it was strange, it was very tasty, but it wasn't any kind of pan-fried noodles I've had before.