The beef noodles here are good for sale, the noodles are boiled crisp, the soup has onions but salty. Money, intestines, arms, lungs are enough, and only salty. The beef is fat and thin, not tough, but only salty word! It's still good.
Location busy, busy traffic, many business, good style, very satisfied with the service attitude, very good hospitality, rich taste, good color, fragrance, all price can be very satisfied
Next door to Hua Jie's Clear Soup, there is also a Da Li Clear Soup, but obviously there are more people lined up here. We are also joining in the fun. Seeing the business there is good, it will be in the row, but in fact it is also Hua Jie's clear soup. The belly gets more awards. The sirloin is paired with the noodles. The essence of the sirloin soup is exhausted by the noodles. The soup is very clear. It is clearer than the soup of the Jiujie sirloin. It can be said to be clear and sweet.
Next to the shop is another clear soup and pork belly shop, and I chose this one last. The reason is that they won the Michelin Award for eight consecutive years. I randomly ordered a rice noodle soup. The soup is light and sweet, and the sirloin is snapped off. If you use half fat, I believe it will taste better.
The authentic soup niu niu noodles, the old name.
The famous soup of beef stew, it tastes great.
Hua Jie clear soup belly is a very famous snack near Causeway Bay and even in Hong Kong. It has been in business for many years, and after several renovations, it still maintains a small storefront, and has not deliberately set off a large venue. Sister Hua said that would increase operating costs. Below the shop sign, there are photos of Sister Hua with many celebrities, including Fa Ge, Eason and so on. The taste of clear soup man and curry man are different. When paired with authentic local noodles, it tastes comfortable. The key is that the price is really not expensive.