Block 18 Doggie’s Noodle (十八座狗仔粉) – Michelin Street Food in Hong Kong
We were looking for supper one night and were recommended by Hong Kong Epicurus to try Block 18 Doggie’s Noodle (十八座狗仔粉) at Ning Po Street. This stall at a small corner serves Doggie’s Noodle and has been one of the recommended street food stall under Michelin Guide Hong Kong.
So what exactly is doggie’s noodle? It is a popular noodle snack between 1950 and 1960. Made with rice flour, it tasted somewhat similar to udon. Cooked with thick and gooey soup that is full of flavours from dried shrimps, garlic, the noodles come with a good bite. Remember to add in chye poh (Chinese dried radish) and chilli, it makes the noodle soup super shiok!
Not only that, there are also other good dishes such as imitation shark fin soup, spicy fish balls and duck leg, which were all quite good. The duck leg is braised till fork tender and served with the imitation shark fin soup full of shredded black fungus. Again, adding the chilli works wonder, but I suggest you add with caution because it is quite spicy.
There are limited space for dining in, so be prepared to share tables with other diners or you can choose takeaway. Menus were in Chinese and photos. Pick the doggie’s noodles and you won’t go wrong.:)
Block 18 Doggie's Noodle (十八座狗仔粉)
Address: G/F, No.27A Ning Po Street, Jordan, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: 24 hours
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.