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Since our whole family loves noodles, this was the first place we hit once we got to Hong Kong. We took a cab there since it was our first night and we hadn't gotten our bearings. The taxi driver said he knew the place but didn't seem very sure once we were on Wellington Street. He dropped us near the end of the street and asked us to walk up a hill on the side road and we would be there. He sent us on a hilly walk and a wild goose chase. We came back down then walk down Wellington street and found the place.
As you would expect, the place is not flash and the seating is a tad crowded. However the noodles were magnificent. We loved the wonton noodle, the beef brisket noodle and the sui kau. Be warned though, the serving is tiny. I had three bowls and a plate of vegetables. I still wasn't full.
A bowl of wonton noodle is $HK30 (A$4). The beef brisket is more.
Beef Brisket Noodles. The meat was tender and the soup tasty. The noodles were springy.
Yau Chow. Kailan with oyster sauce.
Wonton noodles showing the wontons.
The place is a bit crowded but I like the atmosphere.