Michelin-starred Mak’s Noodle, famous for its classic springy noodles paired with wontons with perfectly seasoned tender prawn, have launched a new menu which is touting “the bigger, the better”.
In celebration of Chinese New Year 2017, Mak’s Noodle has introduced five new dishes.
- Braised Abalone and Dumpling of Tossed Longevity Noodle ($14.80)
- Prosperity King Prawn Tossed Noodle ($13.80, available only in Centrepoint outlet)
- Shiitake Mushroom and Fresh Prawn Wonton Noodle Soup ($7.90)
- Shiitake Mushroom and Fresh Prawn Wonton Tossed Noodle ($8.80)
- Vegetable in Soup ($5.80)
The new items are additions to its current menu of 29 items. This is indeed a noodle lover’s heaven!
Mr Michael Chan, F&B Manager of Asia Gourmet Pte Ltd which brought in the Mak’s Noodle franchise says, “Besides the introduction of additional premium ingredients, the noodles also come in a bigger portion, targeted at bigger eaters.” This is in response to findings and feedback from Singapore customers who have expressed a desire to opt for more noodles. Mak’s Noodle are traditionally served in its signature porcelain bowls, made specifically small in order to keep the noodles from turning soggy.
The braised abalones are cooked to perfection. Mix their special-made chilli in for a different taste! The ingredients are fresh and the noodles are not overly-flavored to my liking.
We had beef brisket and tendons, and another small bowl of wontons and dumplings soup for sharing. The prawns that Mak’s Noodle uses are succulent and juicy. No doubt that they can keep the dish simple with the use of great ingredients.
About Mak’s Noodle
Originating from Guangzhou, China in 1920, Mak’s Noodle was founded by Mak Woon Chi and is renowned for its wonton noodle. Its founder had served this dish to the former president of the Republic of China, Chiang Kai-shek. During the Second World War, Mak Woon Chi moved and started the very first Mak’s Noodle in Central, Hong Kong. From an open air street stall, Mak’s Noodle developed to an eatery with indoor seating. Mak An succeeded his father’s business as the second generation of Mak’s Noodle and managed to create Mak’s Noodle to be a household name for wonton noodle in Hong Kong. He then handed the business over to his son-in- law, Tony. Tony brought Mak’s Noodle to greater heights. From a small eatery, Mak’s Noodle expanded to a chain of 6 eateries all over Hong Kong (The Peak, Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway bay, Jordon, Tin Hau, including the original eatery in Central). Mak’s Noodle is also branded as the “Best Wonton Noodle in Hong Kong”. With Tony ensuring to follow the exact recipe being handed down to him from the founder of Mak’s Noodle, its taste has remained unchanged for almost 100 years.
176 Orchard Road, Centre Point, #01-63/64, Singapore 238843
3 Gateway Dr, #02-06 , Singapore 608532
Tel: 6250 3858
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm
1 Harbourfront Walk #B2-27 & 27A Singapore 098585
Tel: 6358 2582
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm