Mak Mun Kee 麦文记 Noodles Shop : Best Wanton and Beef Noodles in Hong Kong?

Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop (麦文记面家) is said to have one of the best wanton and beef noodles in Hong Kong. Kate did some research online and found that Mak Mun Kee has been around for some time now and has been attracting queues regularly. So we decided to check out the noodles here…

Best Wanton Noodles in Hong Kong belongs to Mak Mun Kee?

 Entrance of Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop at Parkes Street
Entrance of Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop at Parkes Street

Mak Mun Kee opens for lunch at only 12pm till 1230am. Kate and I were there slightly after opening hours and the restaurant was almost full! We took a quick glance at the menu and ordered the specialties here – the wanton and beef noodles!

 Menu and Introduction of Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop
Menu and Introduction of Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop

According to its introduction, there is ONLY ONE BRANCH OF MAK MUN KEE IN HONG KONG AT PARKES STREET! We were sat close to the entrance of the shop and we were able to observe the skills of the chef. Steam was rising up as the chef tossed the noodles in the air. Before long, our noodles were served…

 Beef brisket Noodles at Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop
Beef brisket Noodles at Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop HKD38

 Wantoon Noodles at Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop
Wantoon Noodles at Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop HKD38

Let’s talk about the noodles first. One word. YEASTY! Kate and I dont really like the yeasty taste in most yellow noodles and this was one of the yeastiest noodles we’ve had. To be fair, we were having the dry version. Perhaps the soup version would be less yeasty? The texture on the hand was springy and chewy – what the Taiwanese would say : “Q!” The portion was also very generous.

In terms of taste, the beef brisket was a clear winner. The beef was tender, mixed with portions of tendons that left that savoury taste in your mouth, leaving you wanting for more….

Wantons on the other hand HAD 2 PRAWNS IN EACH WANTON!! :o Usually we will have minced pork with (sometimes half) a prawn in our wantons in Singapore. But this version had 2 huge and succulent prawns!

Overall, the beef brisket noodles is a “must-try” while if you’re going for wanton noodles, try the soup version and let us know how it is.

How to get to Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop Hong Kong



Map of Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop at Parkes Street

Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop Parkes Street Hong Kong
Mak Mun Kee Noodles Shop Parkes Street Hong Kong

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If you are fine with yeasty tastes, we would recommend that you try out the great tasting beef noodles and huge succulent wantons at Mak Mun Kee!

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