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Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop

Wonton noodles soup

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Wonton noodles is a classic Cantonese dish, typically eaten in between meals as a snack rather than a proper meal by itself. A good bowl will have wontons made with 100% large prawns, noodles that are springy and al dente, and broth with a deep seafood flavour. Mak Man Kee was set up over 40 years ago by one of the relatives of the legendary 100 year old Mak’s Noodle in Central - and some say it has surpassed the original. In fact, the original Mak’s has set up a branch just two doors down but it’s nowhere near as busy and popular with locals as Mak Man Kee. And for good reason. The wonton noodles here really delivers - big juicy dumplings, perfectly cooked noodles, and soup full of “umami”. Grab an old school glass bottle of coca cola to complete the experience.

It's all about the big juicy king prawn wontons, order on its own or with noodles in broth and some Chinese vegetables on the side.

Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop mentions around the internet

"The traditional Wonton Noodles in Soup (HK$40) strongest feature is in its shrimp dumplings, fully made of prawns with no trace of pork" ...Full review at Daniel Food Diary

"we tried their signature Wonton Noodles and Sweet and Sour Noodles. The wonton is definitely one of the best in Hong Kong" ...Full review at Food Craver

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