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Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Shop No. C03, 2/F., China Hong Kong City
33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Having gone without lunch, my parents and I were hungry when we arrived in Hong Kong from Macau. Mak’s Noodle is renowned for its wonton soup and I’m glad there’s a branch at the ferry terminal.
The Beef Brisket Noodles (HKD$25/SGD$4.55) has more of a Western taste than a Chinese one. The beef is very tender and I like its broth—very refreshing and fragrant.
My mom liked the Wonton Noodles (HKD$22/SGD$4) she ordered. The noodles are different from those in Singapore. They are very springy and firm.
I had the plain Wonton Soup (HKD$22/SGD$4) without any noodles. The wontons are great! Each wonton is fat and generously filled with at least 2 prawns.Note that the portion is very small. Each bowl is the size of the soup bowl served together with chicken rice in Singapore’s foodcourts. One bowl is definitely not enough—a good excuse to order another. This is a must try!
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