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Wonton Know Where To Get The Best Noodles in Hong Kong?

By Jenny Leung 10 September 2018
The list of delicious local food sprawled across Hong Kong goes on and on, but it wouldn't be complete without a piping hot bowl of wonton noodles. From popular restaurants with queues for miles, to hidden gems that we're dying for you to try, here are some of the best wonton noodles Hong Kong has to offer. You're welcome!

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Mak Ming Noodles

With locations in Sai Wan and North Point, this noodle joint is a popular destination for all foodies alike. With each wonton firmly wrapped in a thin delicate skin, the fresh taste of shrimp shines through with every bite when accompanied with its flavourful broth. Mak Ming Noodles, G/F, No. 309, Queen's Road West, Sai Ying Pun, (+852) 26332368 G/F, 6 Mercury Street, North Point, (+852) 26239896
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Lau Sam Kee Noodles

Looking for something traditional? Lau Sam Kee Noodles is as authentic as it gets. There are two separate locations, both in Sham Shui Po, to help spread its huge crowds of hungry customers, and the noodles are handmade by the owner using the traditional method of Jook-Sing (bamboo hitting). Not only that, each table has a huge jar of pickled daikon as an appetiser that customers can help themselves to. Lau Sum Kee Noodle, G/F, 48 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po, (+852) 2386 3533 G/F, 80 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po, (+852) 2386 3583
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Mak's Noodle

If you were ever going to try any of the shops on our list, then Mak's Noodle is a must. Known as the grandaddy of all wonton noodles, Mak's has won the hearts of every customer that has ever had a taste of its delicious wontons. The owner is also the son of Mak Wuen Chi, the original creator of the all-prawn wonton that we know and love. You really can't go wrong with this one. Mak's Noodle, G/F, 77 Wellington Street, Central, (+852) 2854 3810
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Ho To Tai Noodle Shop

Nestled all the way up in Yuen Long is popular local eatery, Ho To Tai Noodle Shop. Having been around since 1940s, this noodle shop attracts many foodies from far and wide. With an original fish broth recipe that pairs perfectly with each succulent wonton, its wonton noodles are truly one of a kind. Ho To Tai Noodle Shop, G/F, 67 Fau Tsoi Street, Yueng Long, (+852) 2476 2495
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Ping Kee Noodles

If you're ever around the neighbourhood of Tai Po, be sure to check out Ping Kee Noodles. Located in the bustling Tai Po Food Market, this family-run business has been passed down three generations. Keeping close to its roots, everything is homemade, from the wonton skin right down to the broth. Don't forget to add a generous spoonful of the homemade fried chilli oil too! Ping Kee Noodles, 2/F Tai Po Market Complex, Heung Saze Wui Street, Tai Po, (+852) 2658 4567
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Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop

Ok, we know all these wonton shop names sound the same, and while they are all delicious in their own unique way, Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop is definitely one that's different from the rest. Earning its rightful place in the 2018 Michelin Guide, this famous wonton eatery uses a mixture of shrimp meats to pile on the texture and taste of each wonton. They also cook everything in a broth made from shrimp meats, pork bones, and Jinhua ham, a dry-cured ham that's packed with flavour. The restaurant itself has a semi-open kitchen where customers can see for themselves the process of how their wonton noodles get made. Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop, G/F, 51 Parkes Street, Jordan, (+852) 2736 5561
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Jenny Leung

Senior editor

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.