I don't know if the name of the shop "The Pond Records" I posted with the correct meaning but it could be read so and was written in kanji.
The shop was a clean Cantonese noodle shop with a lot of menu.
The soup is clear and salty and the noodles are thin. Very nice for a three-o'clock refreshments.
The shop was full of customers and it is indeed that the shop opens another one also to Shibuya in Tokyo now.
Noodle eateries are everywhere in Hong Kong. You can have noodles at a makeshift street-side stall, or a small family-run eatery or even a Chinese fast-food restaurant.
What sort of noodles can you have? The varieties are endless. At some places, you can pick and choose from a list of ingredients. The most common one available at practically every noodle place is beef noodles. Even then, you can choose from sliced beef, beef meat balls, beef tendons, etc.
Another very common noodle dish is the wanton (meat & shrimp dumpling) noodle. Not every stall serves up great wanton, though. Your best bet would be a noodle store specialising in wanton noodles. You can tell as there are normally signs up on the store front telling you what the store's special dishes are.
'Cart Noodle' is a local way to have lunch or supper for Hong Kong people. It is originated by street vendors that pushing a cart with different 'favors' to choose. You can choose and order whatever you like from the counter and they will cook and serve immediately in front of you. Normally, we will choose one kind of noodle and 2-3 different kind of food. If you have the courage, you may even try different part of pig's or cow's internal organs!
The shop showed in the picture was famous for serving PIG'S LARGE INTESTINE and COW'S PENNIS!!!!!!!!!!
Favorite Dish: Relax.............Chicken wings, fishballs and deep fried tofu were also their best sellers.
You will be able to smell all this wonderful aromas miles away! Many restaurants and cafes serving noodles and claypot rice can be found everywhere. Pic shows my brother standing at cafe's entrance.
Favorite Dish: Try the Wanton noodles. wantons here are much bigger than those back home(kl). they serve wonderful bbq pork claypot rice too.
The Excellent Noodle Shop. My grandmother and brother and I ate lunch here. For 72 Hong Kong dollars we got more food than we could possiblly eat.
The tables are outside, though I think there was an awning. This is definitely not a place made for tourists.
Favorite Dish: I got a huge bowl of noodles and vegetables in broth with a couple of chicken pieces. The fired rice was good, too.
Altho this small shop is famous for the beef noddles, I really love their vegetable rice with pork chop over it. Just love those chops!!!!
They also serve a simple wanton soup but the wanton is made of vegetables only - no meat - so it is quite light - good for sharing. Another thing to try is the Dam Dam Mee - which is a plain noddles with spicy peanutty broth - very shanghainese. For drink, I always have their homemade soyamilk!
This is a place for quick dinner or lunch - average priced, but delicious - not a place to romance though!!!
before i leave HK to Guangzhou, I unaware walk into this restaurant to take my breakfast,
Wan Tan Noodles give me surprise, it is good.