Many HongKongers are crazy about wonton noodles. I am no exception.
What make this kind of noodles so special and so tasty are two things: the soup base and the filling of the wontons. If done right, the soup should be made of pork bones, chicken and dried shrimps. The filling should contain 80% of shrimps and 20% of lean pork. If yellow chives are added to the soup, the noodles will taste a lot better.
In Chicago Chinatown, there are a few restaurants that offer good wonton noodles, but they are still not as great as those in Hong Kong.
The photo that you see was taken in a well-known noodle shop in Hong Kong. Does it make your mouth water?