Mak Mun Kee Noodle House – probably my favourite restaurant in Hong Kong. Discovered the place in 2007, visited twice again during the recent trip.
Mak Mun Kee is famous for its wonton noodles and pig trotters. Its shrimp wontons are huge, fresh, with bouncy texture and great flavour. Loved the pig trotters too, which are simmered with red-fermented tofu, a Chinese speciality.
The restaurant will still be on top of my list when I visit Hong Kong next time.
Mak Mun Kee is located at 51, Parkes Street, Jordan.
Virgin eggs (童子蛋) are chicken eggs cooked in the urine of young boys in China…
Apparently the bizarre delicacy has a pretty long history in Dongyang City. But it’s making national headlines recently as it was discovered by some folks that the street food has been listed as one of the city’s cultural heritage.
Only a few of the 70+ items look appetising to be frank. The price of each item is shown on the top banner in the video, ranging around 250-350 yen, which is about 3-4 USD; I think it’s considered cheap by Japanese standard.
A commercial for iconic Korean food, bibimbap, has been on display in New York City’s Time Square since late November…
The commercial is created by the producers of Infinite Challenge, a popular Korean variety show. It cleverly introduces a variety of Korean culture which ‘merged’ harmoniously into a colourful bowl of bibimbap.