Mak's Noodle (麥奀雲吞麵世家)

Noodles
$
77 Wellington St
中環, 中西區
+852 2854 3810
Monday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 9:00pm

Tips

  • As recommended by Travel Channel host, Anthony Bourdain.
  • Excellent noodle and wonton soups. Portions about small and 1.5 orders feeds one person.
  • Delicious noodle and wanton soup. You may eat 2 bowls of noodle because it is small.
  • Soup is better than Tsim Chai Kee. But wantan is better at Tsim Chai Kee.
  • 33 dollars for a bowl of wan tong noodles, good quality but lack quantity :P
  • If it ain't on the menu, don't bother asking for it, coz they ain't got it
  • The best noodle in town. But the portion is so small, 1 is never enough.. Haha
  • Shrimp dumpling soup rubbing elbows with locals. Made Anthony bourdain proud.
  • Beef brisket and tendon noodles are solid
  • Sui Kow are great. Forget the noodles and just order a bowl and dig in
  • Won Ton Noodle for 36HKD is the thing to order. Portion might be a little small, but you can save some room for dessert nearby at Mr Bing
  • Mak's Noodle
  • The noodles are yums! Try the sliced beef congee - it's really good too! But they don't seem to serve congee at the Wellington st store. I found it at the one near Times Square.
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  • Eat here! The bowls themselves are a bit small. Usually a bowl of won ton noodles and a plate of greens does the trick. Open till 2100 due to demand!
  • Simple straightforward food: e.g., delicious beef brisket wonton noodle soup
  • Springy noodles, good wontons, tasty soup. Yum. Dunno if you could ask to cut the noodles if you find them too long and hard to bite though.
  • Hard to find noodles made like this in Hongkong now, delicious
  • Wanton dumpling is special for me and I do think it worth the try. But the noodle is not beyond awesome like whats told by others
  • Super clean shrimp in the wonton!

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