Jook-sing noodles is a kind of egg noodles that requires time to master. It is found in parts of Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou, which is made with the art of bamboo-beating.
We visit a very old-school noodle shop here in Macau Peninsula, Lun Kei, selling typical Cantonese noodle in soup, fish balls and homemade wontons.
The fish skin is one of the must-orders. They are blanched in water, allowed to cool and served with ginger, green onions and hot oil. A dip into the soy sauce made it a great appetizer.
The deep fried dace fish ball is somewhat disappointing, it is semi-hollow, while is served with sweet and chili sauce instead of clam sauce, the more authentic choice.
The Chinese egg noodle, jook-sing mien, has a light alkaline flavor, topped with great amount of shrimp roe to give the best flavor. A soup on the side is given in case it is too dry.
Lun Kei Sopa De Fitas
Lun Kei Menu
Blanched Fish Skin with Ginger & Scallion
Deep Fried Dace Fish Balls
Sweet & Chili Sauce
Shrimp Roe Egg Noodle
Lun Kei Sopa De Fitas 聯記麵家
Address: G/F, 12 Travessa do Auto Novo, Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, Macau, China
Telephone: +853 2851 5133
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-22:00