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Pork wontons. Eat 'em. Also, in addition to being somewhat famous, this is a remarkably cost effective & delicious place to eat at the peak.
The wonton here is damn good and tummy!! A little pricy though..
Small portions, food is great, recommend the wonton & beef brisket and soup but if the texter tendon does not bother us then u should defenetly try the wonton & beef tendon and soup great service
Try the Beef Brisket Wonton Noodles / 牛腩雲吞麵
Very small portion and expensive, normal Wanton Noodle cost HKD 38
Michelin star for good reason. Mohammed down there is just bitter.
Try the tossed noodle with chutney pork.. Add with shrimp wonton soup for a cold foggy day at the peak.
The beef wanton noodles in soup was superb..but what made this restaurant earn its Michelin-star is not only because of its great food but excellent service, as well. A 5stars for that!!
Small portions, but very high quality! Recommend either the chutney pork lo mein or the shrimp roe lo mein.
Hate it.. Pricy and taste like ****
Tossed Noodles w/ Chutney Pork is really delicious
wanton and dumplings noodles soup. noodles are thin and chewy. skin of the dumplings and wantons are thin and nice too. worth trying.
Quite small portions tbh.
Beef brisket wonton noodle in soup is worth a try. One bowl for $36
Chef and manager are fighting
simple but deeelish noodles. get the "combos" they have and you'll have an entire meal for your group already. This was even featured in Anthony Bourdain's Show =)
Exquisite traditional noodles place. $28 gets you a smaller than usual yet thoroughly delicious portion of wonton noodles.