I brought my parents to eat this 1 Mich star acclaimed noodle restaurant 🙂 I loved the egg noodles and I thought the za jian noodles was pretty decent. Well its one of the first one I have eaten and tried when I am in Hong Kong.
I am amazed that Hong Kongers are really quite in genius when it comes to cooking. Amazing the type of dishes that they can come up with.
Pomelo Skin in special sauce
I thought this was not bad as a starter dish .. totally sour and cleanse the palate. Maybe its a cultural thing, but I am not used to the way that the pomelo is being cooked and just not to this dish. Nonetheless, I think its still pretty .. interesting to try ..
Kailan in Superior Soup
I love the Hong Kong vegetables, especially the Kai Lan. This is my utmost favourite vegetable – I eat it all the time in Hong Kong. The vegetables are very fresh and the way that they cook it is really unique and makes the veg so yummilicious.
Deep Fried fish skin
This is another skillful dish to me. When they cut if off and poured it from the packet, I was thinking HUH? I paid for pre packed fish skin?? BUT When you dip the fish skin into the soup, the skin is still crispy and it crackles very happily. Yes CRACKLES! awesome
The infamous Thin thread pork zha jiang noodles hk style
This is one of the most awesome find for non-wanton-prawn lovers like me. The portioning is slightly small, but I think its just nice. Balance of the noodles and toppings just right.
Its a hit for me. definite return 🙂
Wing Wah Noodle Shop 永華麵家
Address: 89 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
Opening Hours: 12 pm to 5 am (Mon-Sat), 12pm to 1 am (Sun)
Tel/電話 : (852) 2527 7476
Another highlight was : stepping into the KL Chinatown, Jalan Petaling. We found all these :
Credits should go to this old lady who makes such yummy rich thick milo!!! on a blistering hot day like such, one takeway packet saved our day! look at the way she pours out the milo! i hadn’t had known of such thick ones (other than if i made it myself)
then we walked on and found
Cheong Kee Noodles
Lao Shu fun or also known as mee tai mak
Dry Noodles - gan lo mee
And of course, I chased after this uncle on wheels for his mee chiam kueh. I can’t explain but his mee chiam kueh has one of the best fillings, and skin wise it is miraculously crispy! even when its kind of cold, its still crispy!!!
Mee chiam kueh on the wheels
Mee Chiam Kueh
Then of course, to buy back souveniers,
all packed and ready to go home
one of the most memorable eating trips ever 🙂
My friends and I went to KL over the weekend on those cheap Jetstar flights, and I would like to say, its been really great travelling with them! they have been such a sport! we also found new places!
I think one of the highlights of this KL trip would definitely have to be this new hunt that we found from the mouth of the cab driver that kindly took us back to the hotel from Genting. On the way he stopped by a hunt out to satisfy both my other friends’ cravings.
So we stopped on the way back for durians
Mao Shan Wang
Both said its super sedup yummy 🙂
Then he dropped us off at Jalan Alor[Jalan Alor – this is like a ‘newton’ equivalent of KL. ] for what he recommended! We all super loved it and thought it was one of the best things that happened to us
Malaysian Hokkien mee. Chicken Wings, Sambal Kang Kong, Sting Ray Balachan, Salted Pepper Squid
and of course, What we came here for :
Sambal LA LA
Wong Ah Wah
The place is at the end of Jalan Alor, off Bukit Bintang.
As we were walking through Jalan Alor, there was a roadside stall selling all the different kinds of sticks of food. Immediately my sharped eye-ed friend aimed for the century eggs .. Boy was she happy with what she got!
Store on Wheels
array of sauces
we all were happy and happier for her that she found her pidan lok lok 🙂