佐敦白加士街51號地下
G/F, 51 Parkes Street, Jordan
Kowloon

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Friday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Saturday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Sunday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Monday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Thursday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

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Reviews

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Time and time again we’ve been disappointed with stalls that serve skimpy wontons that turned out to be 90% wonton skin and only 10% filling. But over at Mak Man Kee noodle, it seems like it’s the other way round. Each wonton is generously filled with an ENTIRE tiger prawn with some minced pork 🍤😱
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After our meal there, “how to make Hong Kong wontons” might’ve been googled a little too much by the both of us 😂

Ordered the large intestines, red sausage intestines, chicken franks and mixed vegetable.

You get to pick at the counter and pay prior to then allocating a seat to you.

The intestines were pretty average (similar to that of most hongkong cart noodle places) and the broth tasted pretty average. The only special factor of this place that stood out the most was its condiments. They have special pickled vegetables and their chilli sauce was exceptionally tasty.

I was a little taken aback when my order of wanton noodles soup came in a small soup bowl .
Granted that the price of 35 dollars is much cheaper that most wanton noodles that are 55 or more out there - I was hoping to be served in a decent bowl.

However - one bite into these wantons and no complaints .

I like how the noodles are slightly more string-y and thin then as compared to the others I have tried so far .

The broth is also fantastic . I figure that the noodles were served in a small bowl to conserve that superior broth that is cooked with the real stuff .

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Probably I ordered the soup version, the noodles didn't have a strong alkaline taste, and also had a springy texture. The shrimp dumplings were very savory and juicy, shrimps were bouncy and it was delightful to find bamboo shoots within.

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Nearest MTR: Jordan

The texture of the noodles were great. Firm, springy, and not soggy at all. Super eggy, with a strong alkaline aroma. The beef was very tender, and super flavourful, like it was braised for super long. However it felt a little too greasy for my liking. Due to the large amount of collagen, it felt a little too sticky and chewy for my liking, though if you're into tendon and such stuff you'll probably like it.

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Nearest MTR: Jordan

The wantons merely had a prawn filling as opposed to a mixed filling with meat which was what the dumplings had. As a result it wasn't as juicy nor tasty as the dumplings. The noodles, however, are definitely top notch. Similar to the mee kia we have locally, but slightly thinner and with a more springy consistency. It is super eggy and alkaline aroma, though I'm not sure if that's a good thing. But nevertheless, I prefer the firmer texture of the noodles. The soup was also flavourful, super savoury and able to hold its own weight.

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