For wonton noodle lovers, this is the place to go in Hong Kong.
We went to the one in Wellington Street (MTR Central – exit D2). We were just arrived in Hong Kong and after checking in went straight to find this restaurant.
It was not difficult to find it; the location is exactly shown as in Google Map.
Basically the menu is about noodles. There are options of having the noodles with King Prawn Wonton, Fish Balls, Sliced Beef, etc. We ordered the one portion of Noodles with King Prawn Wonton, and one portion of Noodles with Wonton and Fish Balls.
The winner is the King Prawn Wonton. It is very juice, succulent, and very tasty, too. The prawn meat was cut into chunks so we could still taste the texture of the prawn. The fish balls were just so-so, not very tasty but not bad either. Just be warn that the fish balls are not the regular white-color-fishballs; they were light grey in color as they are homemade and contains lots of real fish meat.
The noodle itself is also good. It was cooked al dente, so it still retained its shape and firmness after being soaked in the hot soup broth.
The soup broth is also worth noting. Especially for us, who were having the meal in the early winter evening. The warm and very tasty broth is a perfect complement for the noodles and the wontons.
The spicy chili condiment is made from dried chili mixed with some other spiced and oil. It goes very well, too, with the dish. There are other wonton noddle who use chili sauce instead of chili oil, but majority prefer chili oil to go with this wonton noddle.
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