I will agree with previous reviews that service at Wing Wah is less than enthusiastic, but that's what I've come to expect from these mom and pop places in China/Hong Kong. Let's talk about the food.
Wing Wah is famous for the bamboo pole beaten noodles like the ones featured in Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations Hong Kong episode. I tried these noodles in the HK classic dish, shrimp wonton noodle soup. The noodles were indeed springy and "alive", but shrimp wontons were inconsistent. Some of them were overcooked (too mushy, falling apart) and a few had way more pork than shrimp. The broth was really tasty, rich in profile but light in mouthfeel.
Also tried the gai lan (Chinese broccoli) with oyster sauce and dried shrimp roe. Tasty!
Both items together cost less than $10 USD ($71 HKD), not bad! Though the noodles are a relatively small portion, sufficient to satisfy an average appetite, but extra hungry folks beware.
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