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Mak wasn't open early so I took the nearest stall that had what I wanted. Well after I went in I saw a group of guys ordering in large portions wearing only t shirts and slippers. I guess Singaporeans just don't care about the weather haha. The braised beef sauce was really good and at 39 HKD it comes with 5 huge wonton which is pretty much worth it. I seriously enjoy the noodles in Hong Kong as their uneven thickness sometimes shows how some of their noodles are still made by bamboo and it had a freaking good texture to it. I found it a little plain after the sauce ran out and I took a scoop of chili from the table, gosh it was so freaking spicy after I walked away from the shop for 10 minutes my mouth was still burning! A good alternative to my all time favorite!

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The fish balls were too overwhelming while the wontons were good. The noodles were pretty decent, overall a pretty pleasant taste, would have been better if I had ordered just only the wontons, the chili oil was pretty good too!

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Whole shrimps in wontons. Water chestnut, mushrooms, black fungus and marinated pork in dumplings. Despite the small portion and $5SGD price tag. This is the best wonton noodles soup I ever ate in my life.

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The price of wonton mees in Hong Kong are so high and have you wondered why? Through my days there, most of it goes to the rent and according to how much you are paying you get varying qualities of wonton. This cheap version offers some shrimp and a mixture of well marinated pork. My verdict? A good 4/5 for this price and serving!

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Situated in an almost underground right within the car park, serving this bowl of noodles since 1950s within Sha Tin district of Hong Kong. Serving the neighborhood folks with wallet friendly prices at really good quality and quantity (5 wontons and a lot of noodles). This is worth the hunt of many foodies.

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One of those rare restaurants that serve really big sized prawns in their dumplings! Not cheap though at 35HKD, but pretty alright for such quality!

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Whole shrimps with small pork servings in each wonton while the dumplings had a mixture of meat and herbs which didn't appeal much to me. 4.5/5 for the wonton Mee and 3/5 for the dumpling noodles. Still trying my best to differentiate the soup bases of different restaurants as they are all too similar...

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Tried something different, I would say it's best not to mix these two, isn't really as nice as expected.

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A rare find of wonton Mee at the price of$19 HKD and yet with a full shrimp inside each wonton. (元洲街 look for a red signboard saying special chili oil). It was pretty worth the price and much better than those found in shopping malls!

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Bak chor mee lover, fusion food enthusiast and a student filled with wanderlust! @thepoppingone

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