Lau Sum Kee Noodle 劉森記麵家
English Address : G/F, 48 Kweilin Street Sham Shui Po
Chinese Address : 深水埗桂林街48號地下
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Phone No. : 2386 3533
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Categories : Hong Kong Style | Noodles/Rice Noodles
Spending : Below $40
Overall Score : 3.5
276 vs 87 vs 27
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Opening Hours: 星期一至日: 12:00 - 01:00
Number of Seats: 25
Payment Method: Cash
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Chomp chomp yummy pickled Chinese radish
supersupergirl (2542 Review(s))
Apart from Wai Kee’s this is another famous place for noodles in Sham Shui Po, they are famous for noodles with dried shrimp roe sprinkled on top served with black ox tripe.
As well as the noodles they are famous for the pickled white radish too.
I am not fond of ox tripes so I ordered the noodles with beef tendons.
Tasted like MSG soup!
Noodles with beef tendons sprinkled with prawn roe:
The noodles were lovely and soft and adhered lots of sauce and dried shrimp roes so it was delicious.
However there was lard in the mixture so I had to eat them fast because when they cooled down, you can smell the lard.
The soup that was included was useful for rinsing off the lard if you did not like it.
The beef tendons were soft and gelatinous and full of flavour.
I really loved chomping these chunky Chinese white radishes because they were lightly pickled and there was still some raw radish taste in it.
They were really refreshing and balanced out the lard from the noodles.
Although they were pickled with chili’s the radish was not spicy.
The jars of pickled Chinese white radishes were passed round the tables because they did not seem to have enough jars for every table.
In my opinion not many places in Hong Kong serves noodles with shrimp roe for this price hence this place stands out because it offers it and does not taste too bad.
The last decent noodle shop I tried with dried shrimp roe was 楊記麵家 Yeung's Noodle in Wan Chai, which was also cheap.
My review @ Yeung’s
Next time I will come back and try the noodles in soy sauce.
Review of pork liver noodles @ Wai Kee
Service charge: No
Yummy factor: OK
Napkins provided: No
Noise levels: Noisy
Glass of water provided: No
English Menu: NO
Air Conditioning: Yes
Rating : Taste3 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
a10nmw (2 Review(s))
Went there yesterday after a string of good publicy. Quite honestly, the soup was too salty, noodles were too tough and not crunchy, prawn dunplings were nothing special. Prawns roe was tasteless although plentiful. For the price they charge, you can have something far more superior and at much better value. Again, DO NOT listen to Celebrities and go by their photos on their walls.
Date of Visit: 2012-03-12
Table Wait Time: 1 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD65
Rating : Taste2 Environment2 Service2 Hygiene2 Value for Money1
One of the worst soup base i ever had
lhcheung03 (2 Review(s))
I had a won ton Beef stew noodle. and it was bad.... the soup hand this strong taste that make the soup really not good. the won ton was not bad but the beef was just too hard. also the noodle taste like it was not done cooking. overall will not go back to this place again in sham shui po there are much better other noodle there
Date of Visit: 2011-02-20
Table Wait Time: 5 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD25 (Tea)
Rating : Taste2 Environment2 Service2 Hygiene2 Value for Money3
good 'wan ton'!!!!
Lyss (2 Review(s))
everybody said their 'sui jiao' is better but I decided to give their 'wan ton' a try
We went there around 12pm on Labour Day, not too full, didn't need to wait for too long. TT and I both ordered the same dish 'Beef brisket ha zi lo min' and another bowl of 'wan ton'. The noodles was ok but the beef brisket was a bit tasteless however, the 'wan ton' were great!!!! the prawns inside were fresh and the soup was very tasty!!!! We had to order another bowl of it after that nice meal and we got to meet the cute cat
Recommended Dish(es): 'wan ton'
Date of Visit: 2009-05-01
Spending per Head: HKD40 (Lunch)
Rating : Taste5 Environment3 Service4 Hygiene3 Value for Money4
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