On Lee Noodle (安利魚蛋粉麵)
Soy Sauce Thick Noodle (豉油撈粗)

When you find a tiny noodle shop that is still running a thriving business after 50 years, you suspect it must have something pretty special. You can’t go wrong with any of their fishcakes or the beef brisket noodle soup from their menu. But if you are going to try just one thing from this place, it simply has to be the lo mein (which is soup and noodles served separately, so you can eat them alone or do some noodle dipping). In particular, the soy sauce “lo cho” (lo mein but using thick egg noodle) and request both fish cake slices and beef brisket on top. You might think that their brisket is rather on the lean side, but never fear. Together with the al dente fish cake and the noodle, it’s a winning combination! Also, though it’s a bit offbeat, their simple toast and butter is highly recommended by locals. Made with thick bread, perfectly toasted with a layer of rich butter, I would be surprised if you can find a better one anywhere.

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Location
22 Shau Kei Wan Main Street East, Shau Kei Wan Kowloon
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Opening times
Tue: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Closed
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