Whenever we are in Hong Kong, we always visit Sing Lum Khui Noodle House in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Just a few minutes walk from the TST MRT, the Sing Lum Khui is an institution, and their soup base has remained consistently delicious throughout the years.
You come in and order from this form, similar to that of Ramen Nagi in Manila. The soup base is HKD 28 and everything you add on cost a little bit extra.
I usually order the HKD 28 soup base then add:
- Fatty beef
- Lobster ball
- Cheesy hotdog
- Taiwan vegetables
Then add the free condiments:
- More bean sprouts
- More coriander
- More green onion
Soup is a Little Spicy and of Normal Sourness. The sourness is from the pickled vegetables, which are cooked into the tasty soup base.
The result is perfection:
I’ve also introduced the restaurant to my husband and he loves it. We go there every trip now and here’s his:
The final bill — his was HKD 58 for that extra helping of fatty beef while my mom’s was a cheap HKD 34.
I always order Cream Soda with the meal. It’s a great complement to the dish.
Visit SING LUM KHUI when you have the time. The noodles are cheap, tasty and you can’t find them anywhere else.
SING LUM KHUI
23 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui