Eating at the best wanton noodle restaurant – Mak’s Noodle House

Mak’s Noodle House has been my favorite Wanton Noodle place since my father introduced it to me back in 2011.

Little trivia about Mak’s: they have been around since 1920 (WOW!)

They have a lot of branches but the one I went to visit was their branch in Tin Hau.

How to go: Ride the MTR until Tin Hau station and exit at A2.

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you will see this as you exit A2, keep on walking straight
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on one of the roads that you will cross, you will see this street on the right side
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how the restaurant looks like from outside!

Their menu in english:

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you can find their other branches on the lower part of their menu (this is the chinese version of their menu)

What I ordered: (definitely their famous and my fave) Wanton Noodle Soup!

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all photos taken using an iPhone

This place will definitely not disappoint if you’re on the look out for good Wanton Noodle Soup in Hong Kong!

tip: bring your own tissue if you decide to eat here!

Does this make you want to try their famous Wanton Noodle Soup??? 😋❤️️

**2018 MAY UPDATE**

Went here recently and the restaurant had an interior change! Sharing two photos I took when we ate there (I’ll try to take more photos the next time I dine here)

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you should notice this upon entering
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we tried a different dish!
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but their famous Wanton Noodle Soup will always have my heart

all photos taken using an iPhone

 

💚, R


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