Name (English): Sam Tsai Kee Noodles
Name (Chinese): 深仔記
Category: Food & Beverages
Phone Number: +852 23667778
Address (English): Shop 4, G/F, Hart Avenue, 5-9 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
Address (Chinese): 尖沙咀麼地道14至16號地下9至10及23號舖
Address Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/abcvLGhs6Eey3kue6
Address Longitude and latitude: 22.29820, 114.17426
Nearest MTR Station: Tsim Sha Tsui East Station Exit N2
Nearest MTR Station Google Map Link : https://goo.gl/maps/cE4Ld43AsqjzeJL38
Nearest MTR Station longitude and latitude: 22.297780, 114.174017
How far from the nearest MTR Station: 1 mins walk from East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Exit N2
MON 11:00 – 23:59
TUE 00:00 – 03:00; 11:00 – 23:59
WED 00:00 – 03:00; 11:00 – 23:59
THU 00:00 – 03:00; 11:00 – 23:59
FRI 00:00 – 03:00; 11:00 – 23:59
SAT 00:00 – 03:00; 11:00 – 23:59
SUN 11:00 – 23:59
Budget (per person): HKD40-70
Recommended Food/Drinks: Wonton noodles
Recommended Time to Visit: After Lunch Hours
Let me confess; among all of the Hong Kong’s iconic food, wonton wins a special place in my heart, always. It is so hearty and beautiful, yet so difficult to make. Speaking of heartiness, Sam Tsai Kee deserves my ultimate salute for its love for food and for people.
Yes, there are many wonton noodle places out there. Some are as successful as Mak’s or Tsim Chai Kee. But Sam Tsai Kee is probably the only that takes up the responsibility of serving the poor.
Over the past 40 years, Sam Gor, the owner of Sam Tsai Kee has been making wonton noodles. With sophisticated skills and quality food, he has climbed his way up, from a street hawker to the owner of 4 branches, but he never forgets the help he received when he was a teenage stowaway making his way to Hong Kong from China. It was a bowl of rice and money for the bus ride given by a stranger whom Sam Gor couldn’t find later despite trying hard. Yet, he has found his inspiration- to serve people with love and compassion. So for all these years, if anyone can’t afford food, he/she can get a bowl of wonton noodles for free at any one of the four Sam Tsai Kee branches.
See that’s heart in the wonton and it has to taste better than anything. Even the city has taken countless impacts in past few years, and ridiculously high rent has pushed everyone to the edge, Sam Tsai Kee is still trying its best to keep their food at the same price. Just this spirit alone deserves us to pay a visit. Don’t you agree?
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