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2 Mee Lun Street, Central
中環美輪街2號排檔
Hong Kong

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Saturday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Friday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This place is an instance where social media has done it justice.

The food here, despite being filled with tourists, was simply and delectable. The soup was very warming and comforting. It was delicious and zesty due to tor tomatoes.

We ordered the beef macaroni and egg tomato soup and the spam and ham tomato soup. Booth were equally good and we finished the soup to the last drop.

The toasted bun with lemon butter milk was pretty mindblowing for it being such a simple concept. The aunties serving recommended that we had it together with the noodle soup and as weird as that sounded, it was a good combination.

Recommend to also get the yuanyang here as it was rich and thick.

High recommend

So good. While Sing Huen Yuen is famous for their Lemon Honey Crispy Bun, I especially like this condensed milk bun which can be more commonly found in many cafes in HK.
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But it was how perfectly they toasted this simple snack that drew me in. It's very crispy, yet retaining it's fluffiness. Think it was first toasted with butter first, before slathering it with condensed milk. It's perfection in the way they toasted it though 😋
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It is one of the last surviving “Dai pai dong”, an open-air venue stall which dates back to 1957, specialising in (Nissin) instant noodles in tomato broth.

To be really honest, I would say this was a fairly simple bowl of noodles.

But there were some things that would appeal to you, the broth was rich and thick with that tangy-sweetness that would whet your appetite.

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If only I can recreate a bowl of instant noodles in tomato soup just like what I had in Hong Kong.

3 munchies: With more than 50 combinations of ingredients to choose from, I picked the tomato, pork chop, sausage, and fried egg with instant noodles for HK$35. The noodles were cooked firm to the bite; pork chop was nicely marinated. Despite having bits and chunks of sweet tomatoes that have been cooked down, I'd have liked the broth to be richer in flavour – thankfully the egg yolk was runny enough for me to mix into the soup.

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3 munchies: With more than 50 combinations of ingredients to choose from, I picked the tomato, pork chop, sausage, and fried egg with instant noodles for HK$35. The noodles were cooked firm to the bite; pork chop was nicely marinated. Despite having bits and chunks of sweet tomatoes that have been cooked down, I'd have liked the broth to be richer in flavour – thankfully the egg yolk was runny enough for me to mix into the soup.

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