The shopfront looks very unassuming and very typical of many Hong Kong restaurants, small and packed. We were literally sitting side by side and squeezed, but this is Hong Kong and it seems like it’s like that everywhere apart from the upscale restaurants. The place looks very old and run down (as with many other restaurants), but don’t let its shabby look fool you. The noodles served is one of the best I’ve eaten. It’s chewy and springy, extremely delectable. Some of my colleagues even ordered extra portions of the noodles to eat (despite being reminded of the fact that the noodles are high carbs).
The only thing I didn’t like is the pig trotters that went with it. The soup at the side was also rather salty. Perhaps I should have just ordered other sides along with the noodles, like the more traditional char siew.
I will come back here again if I’m ever in the area when in Hong Kong!
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