Friday, March 11, 2016

Authentic Wonton since 1923

What a long queue at a new eatery at One Utama!

I must be living under a rock because I have not heard of Mak's Chee.

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  1. You haven't heard of it? Well, I haven't heard either till some bloggers blogged about it. At first, I thought it was some nyonya restaurant, Name sounds like it. Queue? No, thank you. Everybody, just go right ahead!

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  2. call me *jakun* I have not heard about this too, haha!! looks like there's always a long line for every new eateries huh??

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    1. Not all. This one is supposed to be famous in hk.

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  3. I also saw the queue and peeped into the shop! Wondering how good it could be haha.

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    1. Wouldn't mind, but I cannot queue one. Not in my system.

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    2. I guess you mean you won't queue for food. You do queue when you are driving in a traffic jam or are you the dare devil lady who goes to the front and cuts in front of the queuing cars? ;p

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  4. Yeah, I've seen quite a few blogs about this. As usual, must wait for the Q to die down before trying. Hope this Hong Kong wonton mee tastes better than the one I had at Starz Kitchen.

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    1. Looking forward to your review. :)

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  5. I passed by it one day but thought that the name is funny - Mak's Chee. What's Chee? LOL!

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  6. either it is new or the price is cheaper than others.

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  7. New to me too. Such a long queue for wanton mee? I think it must be really tasty to want to wait in such a long queue.

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  8. I never heard of mak's chee but mak man kee in Kowloon yes...I guess is branching from the same family business...

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  9. Oh, I didn't notice this one when I was there recently... Just opened?

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    1. Opened for business since January this year. It is opposite Cold Storage so maybe you missed it.

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  10. Mak's is one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Wanton noodles in HK since way back when, same rank and that Tasty Noodles in Gurney Paragon.

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    1. Wah, how come you are so knowledgeable when it comes to HK Wonton noodles?

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  11. This is the famous place which is supposed to the the "creator" of wonton noodles right?

    I told my better half about this too.

    I wanted to try it as well. Haha. Is this also the place with the shrimp roe noodles?

    The queue is way too long though....

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    1. Yes, this is the place with the shrimp roe noodles as I read about it from other blogs' posts. Not sure whether they claim to be the creator of wonton noodles or not.

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  12. I know about this Mak Chee when I went to HK many years back but I didn't get to try it though.

    Heard is over rated, not sure about it though. One got to try it first.

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    1. Looking forward to your post after you have tried it. :)

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