Wai Kee is supposed to be famous for its pork liver noodles (豬潤麵). They own a few shop spaces along the same street and when we arrived at this one, there were no available tables.
We walked further down and noticed the shop next door had the same name and there were a few empty tables so we went in. Turns out they are the same noodle cafe and the funny thing is that when you want to pay the bill, you have to bring the handwritten chit to the cashier located outside the first shop to make your payment (i.e. the young guy in the photos).
We were there for breakfast and still had a long day of eating to do so here’s what we ended up ordering…
Pork Liver and Beef Bee Hoon (豬潤牛肉米) – I know it looks rather unappetizing but it was actually not bad! As I didn’t want to feel guilty consuming so much high cholesterol food, I opted not to have just pork liver alone but added beef as well. The liver was cooked perfectly and was quite tender. It kind of reminded me of my grandma’s cooking.
Kaya French Toast (咖央西多士) – This was recommended by some reviews on the internet and it was my first time eating french toast with kaya in it. My hubby loved it but I somehow prefer the kaya toast in Singapore.
Wai Kee Noodle Cafe (維記咖啡粉麵)
62 & 66 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong.
Telephone: 2387 6515
Monday to Friday: 6:30 – 20:30
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 6:30 – 19:15
Getting There: MTR Sham Shui Po, Exit B2