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Mak’s Noodle 麥奀雲吞麵世家

Hi everyone, I’m Jack! Sharon has kindly allowed me to be a guest blogger over the next several weeks. I was recently in Hong Kong, and I hope to share with you some of good food that I had!

In January, my aunt and I visited the Peak. It was beautiful … here’s a snapshot:


As expected, it was not easy to find affordable restaurants on the mountain. We searched the area and found Mak’s Noodle, famed for its wontons (雲吞). It was a small shop at a relatively central location, but we didn’t have to wait too long.


We ordered two small bowls of Noodles with Shrimp Wontons (HKD 38). It’s about CAD 5.50 each bowl. The wontons were quite small and as you can see, they were buried somewhere underneath the noodles. The soup was clear with barely any MSG giving the juice sealed in the wontons more flavour.  This was more a snack to me … not a meal.


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