Went here as close to hotel. Quick and attentive service. Food mediocre...nothing to rave about. If you are after a quick, cheap meal, this is fine.
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Don't get me wrong, Mak Man Kee offered perhaps the best wonton soup noodle I've ever had. That said, there really isn't anything special about it - it's just a good bowl of noodles. Unless you're a HUGE lover of wonton noodles, I really don't...More
We ate here as a family of 5 twice on our holidays. The service is good and the food is fresh and delicious. The noodles have a nice bite to them and the beef brisket is oh so tender. The wonton is also very good...More
I always visit the restaurant every time I go back to Hongkong. I just adore the wonton noddles. The wonton has very crunchy prawns and full of favours. The soup and the noodles just compliment the whole dish and is the best snack/dinner. I also...More
The wontons are so tender and mostly are shrimps. Soup is good with bit of yellow chives. The noodle portion is small. Don't expect you get the western portions from Chinatowns. Quality is much better than quantity. Since it's a local authentic restaurant, the service...More
The only criticism I have for this restaurant is the portion size...usually it'd be just the right amount, however, as it's just SO good it leaves you wanting more! The soup, wontons and noodles are each individually so tasty and together it's the best wonton...More
We went to three noodle restaurants in Hong Kong maks noodle, tsim chai kee and this. This one was definitely the best. Such tasty flavoursome soup. Great textured noodles and mouthwatering wontons. Speedy service and very cost effective. Definitely recommended
Went to this shop because it was highly recommended by my friends and it was near the hotel. Restaurant was rather squeezy but that's probably what you get in Hong Kong anyway. One bowl of wonton noodles cost hk $45. The noodles were too much...More
The place is really small, they don't speak english but they an english menu at least. We tried the beef brisket noodles (both the soup and dry veraions), they were really good though there were some unrecognizable but edible animal parts in it.