Since we are in Central after our trip to Pottinger Street, we went to have a try on restaurant nearby. Located in Central, Hong Kong the restaurant is prettuy easy to be spoted. Basically, we know the 2 famous one is Mak Siew Kee which I had it on our first day during our trip in The Peak. As so, we headed for Tsim Chai Noodles (沾仔記) for this round.Tsim Chai Kee is purdy popular in Hong Kong amongst both locals and tourists and it was recommended in the 2010 Michelin Guide.
The restaurant is pretty small and yet it is quite packed. We are lucky to find a small little space for our craving of Wantan noodles for this round. I love the menu here where it is filed with 3 languages ( Chinese, English and Japanese) and being a “Banana” I would never get lost in ordering.
We ordered two bowls of noodles where one we had the Three Topping Noodles (HKD 32) which comes with 3 different ingredients. This comes with the wanton, fresh minced fish ball as well as fresh sliced beef all in one bowl. The sliced beef is just perfectly done, and flavorful while the wanton comes huge and filled with prawns inside.Soup were pretty flavorful too. But, the noodles have as light “kan sui” taste which led to a light disappointment.
Next we had the king prawn wanton noodles(HKD 23.00).WIth the huge wanton on top of the noodles itself. The King Prawn Wontons are big compared to their competitors. They definitely are not stingy with their prawns.
hop B, G/F Jade Centre
98 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong