And that’s exactly what you’ll get at Sun Kee Cheese Noodle: pure, unadulterated comfort food.
I mean, just look at that. It’s just a big old glop of creamy, cheesy sauce on top of a mound of noodles and unctuous pork cheek.
I think you get a better idea of what’s going on here after the noodles have been mixed with the sauce.
It’s so good. The noodles themselves are nothing special — I’m pretty sure they’re just instant noodles — but that sauce is rich and creamy, with a satisfyingly sharp cheesy flavour. The tender slices of pork are a perfect accompaniment.
It’s kinda like mac and cheese, only with noodles instead of macaroni, and with big pieces of tasty pork.
Hidden away at the back of a sketchy little mall, the place pretty much defines the term “hole in the wall.” But when the food is this good, I’ll eat it in a broom closet. Just gimme that bowl of cheesy, creamy noodles. I don’t care where I eat it.