Lau Sum Kee Noodle
Originally opened in 1956, this family-owned business has expanded to include another branch, very close to the original, to meet the increasing demand for their noodles.
It’s a simple, local eatery that’s oh so traditionally 'Hong Kong'. Dishes aren’t flashy, more towards the wholesome end of the spectrum. The inside is always packed, and, like many low-end places in Hong Kong, can feel slightly claustrophobic at times. The outside sign is shiny gold, only written in Chinese. Photos of celebrities line the walls, but as always, this alone does not guarantee quality.
Hours: Open daily, 12:00noon - 01:00AM.
Expect to pay HKD 25 – 60.
G/F, 48 Kweilin Street, Sham-Shui-PoView Larger Map
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