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Chinese, Asian
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Table Service
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Reviewed 18 March 2020

This is the place for authentic Hong Kong food. Beef brisket and tendon, shrimp wonton noodles and congee are the best. Portion size is small, same as in Hong Kong, so need to eat two bowls.

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Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 4 March 2020 via mobile

great that Mak's Noodle is here in SG but the quality isn't as good as the stall in HK. the portion size is quite small and a little pricey too. but the fried wontons are crispy with juicy shrimps!

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 5 January 2020 via mobile

Ordered the set that comes with a choice of main course ( noodles(m) + fried wantan or dumplings + drink. Soup version is the original style from hong kong but i went for the dry version. The sauce that comes with it is tasty

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 6 October 2019

Second time here, noodles are done perfectly, dumplings are chock block full of fillings, soup is tasty and you do not feel thirsty after a hour. Only down side prices are very expensive for the serving of a bowl of noodles with 3 pieces of...dumplings.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 7 September 2019 via mobile

Mak’s noodle has lost its original taste of the pass, the soup taste like water with salt, a big difference from their pass standard. I order their set noodle and it cost $18.00 after tax (that’s expensive for wanton noodle in Singapore). Their set noodle...consist of a bowl of wanton noodle, 4pcs of very tough over fried wanton and a glass of barley which taste like typical packet barley drink you can buy from 7-11. The wanton that comes with the noodle is so small that you can’t taste anything, what happen to their standard??? Maybe their chef is on medical leave on that day and all the food is done by a beginner. Don’t waste your calories and money, there are better wanton noodle in orchard road.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 14 December 2018 via mobile

Mak's famous wonton Noodle is always my fave when I go to Hong Kong. But since I go to Singapore more often, this place is a saving grace! Just like the one in HK, this restaurant will serve you nice springy, soft, angel hair noodle...with plump, juicy shrimp wonton. And the clear broth that goes with it...don't mess it by mixing chili in it!! The beef tendon and crispy kailan is worth it, too! Have a go at it....with drinks, 2 bowls of noodle, beef and vegies sets us back about Sin $44.More

Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed 11 December 2018

The noodles was very "Q" and tasty. However, serving was a bit small even for the up-sized order and there is not much variety to choose from.

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Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed 23 November 2018

First time trying out the outlet at Centrepoint shopping mall. The food was good both in taste and presentation. The deep fried prawn wanton was very good. I like the truly HK wanton noodle and this one comes close to my expectation. However, the price...was high in local standard comparable to Japanese ramen outlets.More

Date of visit: November 2018
Reviewed 22 November 2018 via mobile

Have been reading good reviews about their noodle and noted a new outlet was opened in Singapore-The Centrepoint. Hence, we went down to check it out. No doubt that their noodle is indeed tasty but the portion (size of bowl = diameter approx. 15cm or...less) is for small eater or patrons who passes by for a light bite. To have a proper meal that fill our stomach for moderate eater, you need 1 bowl of noodle ($8/-), 1 sides of 6 dumplings ($9/-) and a drink ($4/-) to feel contented. The damage is approx 25 dollars (with service charge & GST) per pax. Therefore we find that it was a good try but there's better noodle options elsewhere with lesser cost damage alongside bigger portion.More

Date of visit: November 2018
Reviewed 23 October 2018

The name Mak’s Noodle in HongKong has always been associated with wanton noodle. It is not surprising, as they are one of the top names in HK when it comes to wanton noodle. Currently, it has 5 branches and I have visited their branch in...Jordan a few times. Its Singapore outlet opens its door in July 2015 to much fanfare, however, the reviews so far was underwhelming so I did not take much notice of it. Only recently, LD and I gave it a visit. A must try here is their Boiled Pork Liver ($15.20). Yes, no joke. When we are in HK, delicious boiled pork liver is abundance, not comparable to Singapore. The version here is plump, sweet, a bit of springy and juicy with the oink oink liver creaminess at the end. As taught by our HK friends, HK version of pork liver tasted better is because the chefs have taken the effort to washed off the irony taste in it; The soy sauce did a perfect job in enhancing the flavour of the pork liver. Absolutely delicious. Their signature Wanton Noodle Soup ($7.40 for Regular, $9 for Large) has a super springy noodle. The consommé like broth is robust and filled with the essence of prawns. Meanwhile, the wanton is a slight let down, instead of crunchy and bouncy, it is firm and dense. A slight let down in comparison to the HK version. Tossed Noodle with Shrimp Roe and Oysters Sauce ($8) is comparable to the HK outlet. The flavourful oyster sauce and shrimp roe gave the springy egg noodle a much-needed OMPH. Although I must say, I like the SG version better as the shrimp roe is not a pungent as the version in HK. Mak’s An Congee ($12), the signature congee of Mak’s Noodle. The ingredients are generous, including pork liver, mushroom and chicken. The congee is velvety smooth with a subtle comforting flavour. We visited the restaurant after the busy lunch period. The service is friendly, no fuss and efficient. Décor of the restaurant is simple and it has the same feel as Mak’s Noodle outlet in HongKong. Overall, the quality of the wanton noodle is getting close to the version in HongKong. We will return for the Boiled Pork Liver, as it is just heavenly. Cheers!!More

Date of visit: August 2018
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