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This 50 years old "Bamboo" noodle stall which was super famous of their dried noodle. Currently, the son had taken over the stall as the second generation. To meet their demand, they had opened another branch which was bigger and air conditioned. .
Don't judge its taste by its look. It looked rather messy but the taste was out of this world.
The springy noodle with "poping" dried tiny shrimps resulted with very interesting texture. The strong contrast of flavors between the strong savoriness from the dried shrimps and braised beef gravy was like having a tag of war with the taste buds. I highly recommended to try their "black" omasum, wanton, braised beef brisket and tendon. No regret. .
劉森記麵家 Lau Sum Kee Noodle.
🏠: 48 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po Hong Kong (Main)
🏠: 80 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po Hong Kong (Branch) ⏰: 1200H to 0230H


☔️ Headed to 🍜 LAU SUM KEE DRIED SHRIMP ROE NOODLES 🍜 @ Sham Shui Po for umami rich bamboo pressed noodles 😍, with piping hot fresh prawn dumpling soup and crunchy choy sum in oyster sauce 💯✨


招牌 Shrimp & Wanton Noodles at #HongKong's Sham Shui Po (like S'pore's Sim Lim Square). #Dinner #travel