They have nice noodle dishes and we went to this restaurant twice because of the nice food there. Definitely worth to try their noodles!
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Had wonton noodle soup anddeep fried fishballs for lunch here. Served with pepper, chili and vinegar which you mix yourself. A taste of Macau.
The noodles were really dry and without much taste even when ordering the one with the braised sauce. The only redeeming point was that the dumplings were quite decent. Though the famous food there is suppose to be the shrimp roe noodle, I found myself disliking the taste of the shrimp roe though my Friend really enjoyed it thus it... More
We actually didn't know it was quite famous, we just saw that it is crowded. We just went to eat there because we are hungry. Food is delicious but it doesn't really stand out. Place is big enough, but still crowded due to many people who's lining up to eat. Staffs are okay but i think they should learn even... More
I think Wong Chi Kei could be the most famous Chinese restaurant. Wong Chi Kei has a long history. Most tourist come to Macau just want to try it. But for Macau people, like me. I only have been to Wong Chi Kei once time. Because of the fame of Wong Chi Kei, there are always full in the restaurant.... More
The Noodles here are made traditional using Bamboo sticks to compress them. They are thin and round and in Chinese we call them 銀絲麵. Although they are famous for their Prawn Roe Noodles with Wonton, to me I think their Fried Noodles with Shredded Meat and Bean Sprouts, Chives are the best in the HK/Macau delta region... Even though they... More
This restaurant is busy all the the time but turnover helps the wait time down to a minimal. The wonton noodles is a must try. The service is good and fast so it is not unusual to finish a meal in 30 minutes. Not rushing though ! Good food !
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