黃明記

Wong Ming Kee

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藝術家:邱嘉琪

老饕都知道黃明記有三寶,分別是墨魚丸、豬肉丸和墨魚鬚。鐵閘作品前方的人像正是來自潮州普寧的老闆黃振福,在製作其中一寶——墨魚丸。背景則是不同年代的九龍城,反映黃明記見證了九龍城的變遷。黃明記自五十年代的綠色帆布大牌檔起家,其後遷入啟德道地舖。當時來光顧的除了有九龍城街坊,更有在鄰近啟德機場上班的地勤人員、空中服務員和機師,在離港前或回港後都要享受一碗「香港味道」。時至今日,黃明記由黃氏姊弟接手,一直堅持父親做生意的方法,所有食品均由自家工場生產,天天新鮮供應。

Wong Ming Kee
Artist: Chloe Yau

Wong Ming Kee is a family-run noodle and congee shop famous for its “three treasures” – cuttlefish balls, pork balls and sliced cuttlefish. Founded in the 1950s by Mr Wong, a Chiu Chow native from Puning in Guangdong, the business was initially a simpledai pai dong” (open-air food stall). Later, Mr Wong moved his stall and set up a shop at the current location in Kai Tak Road. When Kai Tak Airport was still in operation, Wong Ming Kee was popular with flight attendants and airport staff as well as local residents. The shutter artwork portrays Mr Wong making one of his “treasures” – cuttlefish balls – against a backdrop of Kowloon City, reflecting how the shop has continued to exist despite the changes in the area over the years. The shop is currently managed by Mr Wong’s son and daughter, who preserve their father’s legacy by continuing to serve food that is made fresh every day at a family-owned factory.

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