Wanton Noodles – the first food we’ll look for every time in Hong Kong. When we are not in Hong Kong but craving for this, Mak’s Chee in One Utama Shopping Mall is always highly recommended for authentic HK wanton noodles in Malaysia. The reason why is because Mak’s Chee 1U inherits the skills and recipes from the Mak’s family, the most popular wanton specialist in Hong Kong. Says, Mak’s Noodles (Mak Un Gei) in Central HK.
Since its first launch in 1Utama early this year, response has been pretty good. Sai Yong (wonton noodles), Sweet & Sour Prok Dry Noodles, Prawn Roe Dry Noodle, Beef Tendon Dry Noodle, Beef Brisket Dry Noodles are few of the crowd favourite. But the team doesn’t just stop there. They aim to provide more classic delights from Hong Kong with creative twist, hence here you go for limited edition special menu- Mak’s Chee Muscular Champion Milk Tea and Cheesy Wanton. Available only from 5th December 2016 till 28th February 2017.
Muscular Champion Milk Tea
Mak’s Chee Champion Milk Tea put together the techniques of KamCha (the only international brewing competition on Hong Kong style milktea) and 100%, high quality Sri Lankan Ceylon Tea – Broken Orange Pekoe (BOP), Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings (BOPF), and DUST to achieve smooth and aromatic milk tea with balanced tea colour. Filled up in muscular figured bottle, a shape that symbolizes “champion”.
All-time-best-seller-snack in Mak’s Chee gets even better with the cheese version! Imagine biting into crispy wanton skin, followed by bouncy fresh sea prawn and melting cheese oozing out from the filling. Sinfully delicious.
Dumpling & Beef Tendon Soup Noodles (RM14.90/small, RM16.90/large)
Milk tea and deep fried wanton asides, each of us also ordered a bowl of soup based noodles. We noticed that Mak’s Chee menu had changed, summing a better variety in terms of 双拼, meaning “two type of toppings”, the more Hong Kong-style of ordering. Instead of just wanton, you can also have two ingredients in one go, such as dumpling+beef tendon, dumpling+beef brisket, wonton+dumpling and wonton+beef brisket. Reasonably priced at RM14.90 for small, RM16.90 for large.
Signature Sea Prawn Wonton Soup Noodle (RM12.90/small, RM14.90/large)
Summergirl always goes for the classic Sai Yung – just wanton and noodles. Mak’s Chee serves this the traditional way like in Hong Kong with wonton hidden beneath the noodles. Springy and thin noodles, best consumed immediately one served. Soup wise, the taste is different from Mak’s Noodle soup we had back in Hong Kong. Bold, more flavourful.
Signature Sea Prawn Wonton Soup (RM15.90/ 8pcs, RM22.90/12pcs)
HK Kailan with Oyster Sauce RM10.90
Add-on side dishes for sharing. Other options include Braised Beef Brisket, Braised Beef Tendon, Wonton & Dumpling Soup, HK Kailan with Prawn Roe & Oyster Sauce.
Mak’s Chee 麥氏西池港式雲吞面
(Opposite Cold Storage)
One Utama Shopping Centre
Bandar Utama City Centre,
Lebuh Bandar Utama, 47800,
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: 11AM – 10AM