I was attracted by the restaurant decor because it gave me the impression they were serving healthy dinners.
The decor was relaxing and made you feel at home.
There was a lot to offer on the menu and the prices were very friendly.
What I appreciate is that they use locally farmed poultry, Black Iberian pigs to local organic vegetables.
Each dish on the menu is inspired by Chinese phrases which portrays the way people communicate and behave in Hong Kong.
Started with fresh juices that cost $18 per glass where no sweeteners are added. There was papaya pumpkin, Jackfruit, red dragon fruit and pumpkin, lemongrass and lime barley water and longan water. The combinations were good and healthy.
For mains, the star of the show are the noodles which come in a rich chicken broth infused with Chinese ham or Miso broth made with Iberican Pig Bones. Both broths were strong and MSG free. The set which a drink and dish only costs $68.
As well as noodles, there is healthy mixed grain rice to choose and here is the meat free option with mushrooms as a main dish.
The pork and ginger was cooked in ginger juice so it had that appetizing ginger fieriness.
Last but not least was the spare ribs which are set alight in front of you. It was sweet and sticky like perfectly roast charsiu.
Definitely coming back for more noodles because I like broths. Next time I will try the mushroom noodles.
[Little Farmer 小農夫拉麵食屋]
G/F, Moon Lok Dai Ha, 169 Sha Tsui Road, Tsuen Wan