-> Mmm. Best noodle soup of its kind (at least) in Sydney's Chinatown. Even Martin Yan likes it. I'm actually rather envious of the owner of this popular stall - he's making truckloads of money, I would imagine. According to my observations, they're making 2 - 3 bowl of noodles every minute non-stop during packed lunch hours on both weekdays and weekends. This goes on for hours. If a bowl of noodle costs $9.50, you do the math - count the profit.
The broth of this noodle soup is incredibly tasty - a little sweet with a delightful aroma of fish stock. This kind of excellent stock is rather hard to achieve, and different types of fish used to produce the stock can yield different aromas. Coupled with sumptuous wontons, prawns, squids, fish balls and other surimi-derived delights, this thing does not only satisfy one's hunger, but warms the soul, too. Best in town!