I took this photo from Murray House, a restored colonial building that now houses pricey restaurants & shops. Since there were no Cantonese restaurants there, I just took photos and ate lunch in Aberdeen later that day.
Mak’s Noodle is an unassuming restaurant among the swanky restaurants at The Peak Galleria. I read that Mak’s Noodle had a Michelin star, so I knew I had to try it.
Customers enjoying their meals.
After being seated, I surveyed the menu and decided to go with the basics: the wonton with noodles in soup and Chinese broccoli with oyster sauce. The meal came with tea for free.
Wontons with noodles in soup & Chinese broccoli with oyster sauce.
The soup was very tasty. The egg noodles were al dente. The wontons were well-seasoned with shrimp, pork, and mushrooms. The broth was satisfying. Chinese broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables (and is hard to mess up). The steamed Chinese broccoli didn’t disappoint.
That meal was 72 Hong Kong dollars, which is 9 American dollars. Note: you should bring cash, since the restaurant doesn’t take cards. It was a great deal for lunch anywhere in Victoria Peak, but especially for a Michelin star restaurant. However, the best noodle soup that I had (and I tried many during this trip) was the ramen I had in Tokyo.
After an amazing weekend in El Nido with Ceddy, I headed to Hong Kong for a few days by myself. I stayed in Kowloon, but saw the sights in both Kowloon and Hong Kong.
I took this photo of the Sky Terrace/Peak Tower while hiking the trail that goes up the peak. The Sky Terrace 428 is 428 meters above the city. Hong Kong residents call it “The Wok” because it’s shaped like a wok pan. I’ll be posting photos from my visit to the Peak Tower in a later post.