Food: As it’s name suggests, this restaurant specialises in crabmeat noodles, dumpling and soups. A reasonably priced alternative to the traditional Hong Kong wonton noodles.
Service: This is a modest Hong Kong casual diner so don’t expect smiles or chitchat, just quick, efficient service.
Must try: The crabmeat wonton noodles with woodear mushrooms and corn, and the braised e-fu noodles with crabmeat. On the table is a big jar of piquant pickled radish, which goes great with the noodles and dumplings.
Ambience: Much cleaner than your average Hong Kong noodle shop of the same ilk, and the dishes here are much more expat-friendly (i.e.: no offal or gelatinous animal parts)
Average price per person: 40-60 HKD for a bowl of noodles; HK$128 for the braised e-fu noodles with crabmeat.
Address: G/F, 22 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 2866-0478