This differs from the usual ones that are made of chicken eggs. The broth is cooked and simmered extensively.
We missed this place two nights before cos it was already closed when we got there. So, in high anticipation and eagerness we ordered these.
The noodles come in a Chinese soup bowl. Yes, Chinese bowl, & not the normal soup bowl. So the size is ridiculously small. For the price ranging from HKD22 to HKD 35, the noodle portion is TINY.
The verdict: The first mouthful is excellent. The noodle is so al dente and the soup is very tasty, bursting with various flavours. This indicates good and proper simmering.
But as we ate on, and by the end of the tiny bowl, I for some reason tasted and smelled a distinct hint of ammonia or something similar. And it is definitely from the noodles as it seeps into the soup. Hmm..so are the noodles really that fresh after all?!!!
Mak's Score: Close to 8/10. Good but DEFINITELY NOT the Best Wanton Noodles in Hong Kong.
Note: They are strict when it comes to their closing time. They are not beginning to close at 8, they are all SHUT by 8.