Mak's Noodle (麥奀記雲吞麵世家)
- The noodles at Maks Noodles are really good; thin and cooked al dente for that springy texture.
- Wanton noodles. Period. Well, until I get to try Ho Hung Kee's version
- Super expensive! Noodle so little. 4 Sui kow noodles and 1 Kai LAN cost $235.
- One of the best beef noodles you can find in HK even the locals come here for it, theres a few branches all over hk and Kowloon area. Can be a little pricey but dont miss out on this
- The best beef broth!!
- One of the long historical stall selling wonton (HK style). The bowl of noodle is not huge, & u can have 2 bowl of diff. variety of noodles; such as beef, pig trotters, wonton & etc. limited seatings
- Delicious, hearty noodles at a fair price! Definitely recommended!
- Yummy wantan mee!
- Beef tendon wonton noodle soup $39HKD and a regular wonton noodle soup $36HKD. Pretty good but not use to these being in such small bowls
- The noodles are cooked al dante and so fine. Every wonton has 2 plump shrimps. Patient service with English menu. Portions a bit small but satisfying. Delicious!
- Ha! This is a knock off of the more famous shop two doors down. I ate at both - prefer the other but frankly...this was still quite good!
- 4 tiny juicy prawn wanton beneath this hair-thin noodle and yummy soup broth!
- Lovin the springy noodles and the typical HK coffee shop ambiance here..
- Get a bigger bowl of noodles! Also have some cold soya bean milk with your meal. Yum!
- This place has gained his good reputation ever since they open the shop. I don't think it is because of any famous people filming here, honestly.
- Try this dish too
- This place sucks. Over priced because Anthony Bourdain filmed here. Go two stores to the left for mak man kee's noodles. (left of crumbs)
- I had the Dry noodle with tender beef brisket, and the Wonton and Dumpling Soup without the noodel. Just right for me.