Tucked in a small corner of Ning Po Street, this is literally a hole-in-the-wall street food stall unassuming to many foreigners. Besides the featured signature noodle snack, their menu also includes shark’s fin soup & local go-tos like siewmai & curry fishballs; not sure if they sell booze too because I’m sure they go well together.
‘Doggie’s Noodles’ are essentially medium-length cylindrical-shaped rice flour simmered in thick concentrated gooey broth, with bonus umami from dried shrimps, shiitake mushrooms, garlic & chives. Feel free to add your own preserved vegetables (chye poh) & chili provided on the table for added texture & dimension. 💖Reminds me a lot of the wetter version of abacus seeds and the hybrid of meetaimak & meehoonkuey.
P.S. Realised that I totally forgot to post this as I was clearing my #BZExplore album. Highly recommended if you want to do away from popular common food trails & experience eating like a local in HK. Can’t wait to be back!
📍Blk 18 Doggie’s Noodles (十八座 狗仔粉)
G/F, No.27A Ning Po Street, Jordan, Hong Kong
Mon-Sat: 12.30pm-3am
Sun: 24Hrs