McKim’s Wonton is another no frills, HK spot. This one is right across the street from the Purdy’s chocolate factory.
Hours are solid. Open everyday from 11:00am to 1:00am!
We dropped in for a late Wednesday lunch (around 1:15 pm). Place was half busy. Lots of seating, outdated facade; it’s a typical Cantonese noodle/congee spot.
The menu is massive but they have lunch specials (weekdays only from 11:00am to 5:30pm) and a late snack menu (starting at 9:30pm).
Click here to see the full menu (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7).
Braised beef brisket (#303) ($9.95)
We subbed the rice for egg noodles. Broth was a bit salty but beef was tender and chewy.
Noodle pull was respectable.
Chinese donut (#192) ($2.25)
Donuts freshly fried make all the difference. Crunchy and perfect to dip in the jook.
Preserved egg & shredded pork congee (#94) ($6.25)
This is classic pay dan jook. Always a favourite of mine.
3 Kinds BBQ meat on rice (#315) ($13.25)
Another classic. Roasted pig (siu yuk), pork (char siu) and duck.
All the meats hit the spot. Satisfactory enough.
It’s cheap, open late, decent food. Don’t forget, cash only!
McKim’s Wonton Mein Saga