Noodle and toast were better than tea Jul 11, 2010
Heard about this local HK-style dai pai dong cafe for a while and finally got a chance checking this out on this sunny Sunday. We called the stall and heard they were about to close it for special event, this was only about 3:30-4pm. The waiter said they were closing down for watching the world cup tonight.
Anyway, we could still order their signature (we heard) pork chop noodle, pig's liver and beef noodle. The noodle's texture was handled nicely, not too soft as some other places. They came with really hot bowl with strong and fresh taste.
We also ordered the minced beef toast, it was good too.
However, the milk tea was very average, not much tea taste, too sweet.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jul 11, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD30(Tea)
Value for Money4
2 / 4 深水埗尋食篇: 耀東街的, 港式梅林豬扒三文治 Feb 11, 2010
Ordered one of their Signature Porkchop dishes, not the noodles.
1) Scrambled Eggs and Pan-fried Marinated Porkchop White Sandwich $17 - The par-cooked then re-heated porkchop was bicely tender, slightly sweetish from marination with black cracked pepper, the eggs were fried quite well. Bread not toasted, it seemed slightly too moist but at least not day-old crusty at the edges.
2) Iced Lemon Tea Less-Sweetened -
Refreshing. Not too much lemon or tea flavour but acceptable.
Boss is very 健談 and I noticed that he pays attention to each single customer's needs - this is unexpected and at a small street stall, only makes your experience warmer! He brags of also making a good rendition of Pork Liver Noodles as well, although his soup base is clear broth and different to the pork-bone based soup of 維記 in the same vicinity. I found my Sandwich enjoyable, albeit slightly too sweet. It didn't had much taste of fresh pork but I guess that's not the point of how to eat his shallow fried, marinated pork!
Spending per head: Approximately HKD28
Value for Money5