Busy Hong Kong
Mak's Noodle is a famous Wonton noodle shop in Hong Kong (so famous that it has a Wikipedia page). We went to the Causeway Bay location, but there's a few other locations around the city.
This bowl of wonton noodles (and 4 wontons underneath) cost $32 HKD.
The tiny wontons were pretty tasty and the soup broth was good (you could definitely taste a flavour of dried fish). It was really very pricey considering we saw some wonton noodle places selling their bowls for $13 HKD.
Overall: It was good, but you definitely didn't get your value for money here. I guess it's the price you pay for "brand-name wonton noodles".