Although I have been eating non-stop during my flight from one continent to another, I was still hungry as I touched down in Hong Kong. I think it's because the meals in the plane, eventhough they were frequent, they're not very big portion-wise. This was my quest in search of my next meal.
That's when I stumbled upon Pak Loh Chiu Chow Express. I queued up, which didn't take me that long to get to the front, and ordered the noodle with pork ball in soup. I ordered it because the dish on the picture menu looked mild but appetising, just the right thing for my upset but hungry stomach.
I found the nearest seat I could find, which was quite far away, because the food court's full of hungry passengers. I had to share my table with these two impatient aunties. But hey, when I'm hungry, I'm not picky.
The noodle soup was, as I expected, mild. Even the pork ball was mild in flavour. Some might even say flavourless. The noodle was al dente, with a bit of bite to it. The vegetable was vivid green fresh and had a bit of crunch. If you're not looking for a mild meal, then you should get something else, or perhaps chilli oil to give the dish a bit more flavour.
Pak Loh Chiu Chow Express
Departures East Hall, Level 7
Hong Kong International Airport
Open 7 days 7am -11pm