Why do I always get tricked by display pictures outside of restaurants? I never learn from my mistake. I always fall for the pictures the restaurants put on outside their restaurants or in the menu. The pictures always make the food look so good. A good photo makes a big difference! So, it claims it is the tallest noodle! The picture looked interesting on their menu and I just had to give it a try even though I usually hate this kind of noodle. Whoever created then dish is absolutely weird. First they fry the noodle until it's dry and crispy and then pour this thick slimy sauce over it and let the noodle soak in the sauce until it's soft/soggy again. Why? Why did the creator of this dish though of it? And why do people like eating it? An absolute mystery.
Of course, the noodle didn't turn out to be as tall as the one on the menu and definitely not as appetizing looking. Also, the middle of the noodle is pretty much empty. Scam....Taste wise, it's no good. I don't like this particular Cantonese dish to start with, but they make it worse than the usual restaurants. Never going to come here again.
Also ordered the hot dog. Looks huge! And I expected it to be good because you simply can't go wrong with a hot dog, right? Wrong! The hot dog wasn't hot and it just doesn't feel grilled/cooked enough. Very disappointed in this meal.
Maxim's Hong Kong Day is at point r in the list "Places Part 1" on the map below: