My Wonton Mein Saga: MaxNoodle House

My fascination with generational wonton makers continues with a visit to MaxNoodle House.  I had spotted this eatery on my visit to Michigan Noodle Restaurant and what actually caught my eye was MaxNoodle’s Chinese name.  It’s nearly identical to the famous Mak’s in Hong Kong (the pic of Mak’s in Hong Kong is courtesy of…

My Wonton Mein Saga: Michigan Noodle Restaurant

When it comes to tracing the lineage of humans and other animals, DNA can help us see familial connections spanning hundreds of years into the past.  Too bad there wasn’t some distinct wonton DNA marker to help sort some of the murky claims of association for wonton noodle houses. After my visit to McKim’s in…

My Wonton Mein Saga: McKim Wonton Mein Saga (Vancouver)

My adventure to seek out tasty wontons continues with a visit to McKim Wonton Mein Saga in East Vancouver. This is the first time for this blog that I have visited a noodle shop claiming to be a generational wonton maker, which is what is being denoted with the word, saga.  If you ever see…