Luckily, the NFL has yet to serve notice to this noodle shop that their won ton-, noodle, roast-, barbecue pork- and duck-laden “Super Bowl” ($9) is in violation of its trademark and force them to change the name to the Big Game Bowl. Regardless of what they call it, it remains a ridiculously good deal. The won tons are plump, serious affairs, redolent with sesame and five-spice, and the roast pork has bits of crackling skin attached. Ignoring the rest of the menu here is an easy trap to fall into, which is a shame. The shrimp fried rice ($7) is exactly the sort of hot, salty starch bomb that makes this winter weather more tolerable, especially when loaded up with the housemade chile oil sitting on every table.