The fish and squid balls were ok, better than street stall versions but not impressive. The noodles were average commercial quality, seaweed is seaweed and is always a bit fishy. The problem lies with the soup - which is too full of MSG and also it had this egg-shell/fish eye/protein like taste to it for some reason, probably from discarded fish remains as well as pork bones? It tasted utterly weird but with the additional of the free to scoop 冬菜, this balanced up slightly. 3.2/5
Did not anticipate this soup-base to be slightly chili-sour like at all as its not mentioned on the menu. It felt weird and quite sour at first but after a while I got accustomed to it and it was enjoyable! The sui-gwau weren't that good though, even 灣仔碼頭 tastes better. The Tofu-Skinned 春卷 were enjoyable but then again it can hardly go wrong! 3.5/5
This was boiled well. Went well with the chili sauce they provide. 3.5/5
Had another bowl of noodles another day not mentioned above, can't remember as didn't take photo. Would I come back for 3rd time? That's a question I can't even answer myself. I didn't think it was that bad, but at this price there are plenty of Chiu Chow style noodles shops I could rather explore around first, hopefully discovering better shops than here.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD40
Value for Money2
Keep it up!