I don’t usually go to Sham Sui Po because there’s not much to do there.  But when I need electronics I go there because it’s cheaper.  And when I go there, I always visit the Wai Kee Noddle shop, and eat their delicious pork liver soup.

It’s around the MTR exit which of course I don’t remember where anymore.  The address is this:

G/F, 62 & 67 Fuk Wing Street / Shop D, G/F, 165-167 Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po

Find it.



So what is pork liver soup?  Well…its pork liver…in soup…with noodles.  It’s very rich, and not oily at all.


I also personally think there’s not much MSG in this as I finished the entire soup base but still wasn’t too thirsty.  It’s also gotten a lot of good reviews on open rice so even if you don’t trust my sub par taste buds, you should trust the opinion of the masses.

Another dish that we ordered was the kaya french toast.  Kaya is a  Singaporean / Malaysian type toast . Don’t ask me what the difference is.


Yeah that french toast was pretty delicious too. Why is the picture upside down….ugh…..I don’t even know how to rotate it.  Such a newbie at this.  Too tired to edit as well.  Forget it. haha.


Too bad I don’t go to Sham Shui Po as much, would be eating this on a regular basis.

Written from Seoul, Westin on June 11 2015


Categories: Hong Kong

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  1. What I ate in Hong Kong! Wai Kee Pork Liver Soup | momentarylapseofsanity

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