Well, hello HELLO.
This is definitely a long overdue post. But, here goes.
On our final day in Hong Kong back in December 2013, and after consuming a very heavy meal the night before, Mak’s Noodles was what came to mind.
Having researched to find out how to satisfy my husband’s craving for dumplings of all sorts (we figured wanton noodles would be the next best thing), we decided to make a pit stop at Mak’s Noodles before our flight out. We arrived at 11.30am or so, expecting to find a long queue and quite to our surprise, found there to be only just a few people ahead of us. I had hoped that it didn’t mean that the quality of the food had been compromised.
Queuing patiently, but thankfully it was not long before we got a table, albeit a shared one.
The colourful and well-maintained exterior to the restaurant.
It was off to a good start when we were placed at our table after approximately 15 minutes of waiting time.
The original wanton noodle (paying HK$33 did not disappoint). The noodles were al-dente and I loved the leek after-taste from the soup.
The wanton and beef tripe noodles which the hubby ordered.
Mak’s Noodles goes to show that good things do come in small dosages after all!
Note: Since then, we would make it a point to go back to Mak’s Noodles every time we are in Hong Kong.
The skinny on Mak’s Noodles – Central:
Cuisine: Chinese, Noodles
Cost ($ to $$$$): $$
Location: Central, Hong Kong
77 Wellington St., Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2854 3810
Ratings (out of 5):
Décor/Overall Atmosphere: 2
Service: 2 (typical by Hong Kong standard especially in an eastern “fast food” chain)
Bang for the Buck: 3
Recommendations: Wanton noodles
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