Tong Kee Wonton Noodle Shop @ Kowloon, Hong Kong

We stumbled upon this gem of a noodle house by accident. We were in a cab trying to find our way to the famous Cheong Fun stall called Tong Kee in Jordan, Kowloon. However, in my haste to get food, I saw "Tong Kee" on the sign and told the cabby that we were at the desired location.
Tong Kee Wonton Noodles


It was only when we walked in, sat down and looked at the menu that we realised that they didn't sell Cheong Fun at all. Rats! The stallkeepers were pretty nice. They told us that the stall we were looking for is actually 3 streets away but since we were already seated and sipping tea, we decided to give this place a try.

Shrimp Wonton @ Tong Kee

Wonton Noodles @ HKD19 (about USD2.45)
It was a good thing we did because they served the best Wonton Noodles we had during our 5 day vacation in Hong Kong. The Shrimp Wontons (aka dumplings) were as large as golf balls and were very firm to the bite. The prawns used in the dumplings were very fresh and not excessively seasoned thereby allowing the diner to savour the natural sweetness of the prawns.
Shrimp Wonton Noodles @ Tong Kee
The noodles here are perfectly cooked. They had a crunchy texture that is a distinctive feature of the "alkali noodles, aka Kan Shui Meen" that Hong Kong is famous for. Like Japanese Ramen, the noodles should be eaten quickly. If they are left to soak in the steaming hot broth, the noodles will get overcooked which makes them become soft and soggy. The Wonton Noodles here are a Must-Try!We also tried a bowl of Stewed Beef Brisket Noodles 牛腩 (aka Ngau Lam Meen) but I didn't get a good shot of it so it's not shown here. The Stewed Beef Brisket is tender and perfectly infused with the flavour of the spices. The noodles used were the same as the ones used for the Wonton Noodles, so expect the same texture as described above. This is also a Must-Try!

Fish Porridge

Fish Belly Congee @ HKD24 (about USD3.09)

The Fish Belly Congee was just a little too watery for my liking but the fresh sweetness of the fish helped to make up for the shortcomings. This is worth a try if you like fish belly congee.

Tong Kee Wonton Noodle Shop's Menu

If you read Chinese, the above takeaway menu would help give you an idea of what else is available.
Tong Kee Wonton Noodle Shop
No. 20 Man Wai Building, Man Wai Street,
Ferry Point, Jordan, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2384-9718 / 2710-7801


佐敦渡船角文蔚街2號文蔚樓地下20號舖 Operating Hours: Daily: 11am to 3.30pm

Takeaways available at an additional cost of HKD1.