HongKong: Mak’s Noodle

During my last trip to HongKong which was 2 years ago, I visited Mak’s Noodle at the peak which eventually became my most favourite dish in Hong Kong ever. I missed the wanton noodle they served because its the only wanton I ate that have fully wrapped with fresh prawn and nothing else. The wanton we often ate were prepared with pork minced and prawn… which was nothing like Mak’s Noodle. Aside from that, the soup is heavenly tasty. I love the serving because its really just nice for 1, despite many people think its really way too small. We visited the outlet at Wellington Street which is the original outlet that the founder and his son-in law ran till 1996. Right now, the business was succeeded by his second son.

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麥奀雲吞麵世家 Mak’s Noodle
Address // 77 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong
Tel // +852 2854 3810
MTR // The Central Station

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