I have always been a fan of Anthony Bourdain’s show: No Reservation. I’ve been watching it ever since it’s first season and it’s a very interesting and fascinating show about all types of food from all different countries. Best part is, Bourdain also loves noodles as much as me! Whenever he eats his noodle soups from Asian countries, he always makes it look so good.
The video above is a segment from his journey to Hong Kong. His tour guide (he always has one person that brings him around everywhere in each show) brings him to one of the very few people that still make their own noodles. Though making noodles is hard work and time consuming, it makes all the difference in how a noodle tastes.
I have been to Hong Kong countless times because my parents were originally from there. I even used to go every year when I was younger during my summer breaks from school. My dad has brought me to countless places to eat and I have tried nearly everything in Hong Kong. The food is great there. If you ever have a chance to go to Hong Kong, I highly recommend that you do. It’s a great place of culture, tradition, food and shopping.
One thing I haven’t tried is this man’s noodles. Next time I go back to Hong Kong, I will try to find out which restaurants sells his noodles. I have tried other hand-made wonton noodle soups and they were always tasty. If I ever do go back, I will definitely do reviews for all the noodles I eat there.
Unfortunately, I just recently read that Anthony Bourdain has canceled his show and left the Travel channel. You can read the full article here.