Read the article in the shop about its origin - quite a long article but strange that I still couldn't figure out on how it claimed to be related to Mak Um Kee on a some sort of son-in-law with this and that relationship. Anyway, the noodle is pretty nice - very evenly thin and al-dente. The wonton is not bad, but the worst part is the soup. It was quite bitter (probably from the over-burnt of the dai di fish). The veggie wasn't too fresh. So half and half, I'd prefer to go back to Mak Um Kee.