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Old 17-09-2013, 03:11 PM   #12
genie47
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Chopsticks Kee
Shop A1, Khuan Ying Commercial Building, 85-89 Wellington Street, Central
Hong Kong

I tried this. I think the only saving grace is the nostalgia it invokes. They serve the noodles in metal enameled plates. Noodles is so-so.

Tsim Chai Kee Noodle
98 Wellington St
Central
Hong Kong

Highly recommended if you like your wantons the size of golf balls.

Mak's Noodle
77 Wellington St
Hong Kong

I like them for their soup for the wanton meen.

Kung Lee
60 Hollywood Rd
Central
Hong Kong

I come here for sugarcane and herbal drinks when I'm in the area. Wife likes it here too.

Again when I'm in the area these are the two places I visit to horrify my wife eating two bowls each.

Yee Shun Milk Company - Jordan
63 Pilkem St
Hong Kong

Australia Daily Company
47 Parkes St
Hong Kong

Yee Shun for the ginger version. ADC for the yellow version. ADC also for breakfast with the scrambled eggs.

At night is Bo chai faan at Wai Kee 45 Temple St. First time there is in 2009. Later everything changed from 2010 onwards. The stall lost its signage but I remember it is beside a 7-11 and opposite an AV shop. Yes AV shop! Exit Yau Ma Tei C to get to it. Had pai kuat lap cheong bo chai faan and my wife usually asks for the yu lam jok. Lai lew haa and ho jeen also. Usually come very late at night after an outing at Ocean Park.
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