Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee

Last week we had dinner at one of the Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee (香港街老珍记) Cze Char stall near our area and I was surprised to see they have quiet a number of unique dishes featured in their menu. And from one of the banner hanging near their stall, it stated that they are also one of the recommended stalls from Channel 8 Food Show, Sizzling Wok(煮炒来咯). Here are 3 of the dishes that we have tried.

First we have Sum Lo Hor Fun - 三捞河分 which we think the texture can be better because most of the rice noodles seems to be bundle and stick together which makes it very lumpy. But overall the taste is still good with that slightly burnt wok taste and generous amount of fish slices.

Next we also ordered one of their signature dish known as "Golden Dragon Beancurd - 金龙豆腐". As you can see from the photo, each tofu cube consists about 3 different layers of colour. And each different layer, the chef used different type of vegetables such as spinach, carrot and dried fish to blend with soya bean milk and steam each colour layer by layer together with a layer of Japanese seaweed sheet to achieve the colourful effect. Lastly the steam beancurd is cut into cubes, deep-fried and top with floss and mayonnaise which makes this a unique and appetizing starter.

"Mongolian Pork Ribs - 蒙古排骨" might not look appealing on sight due its colour but it has a very sauce that goes with the deep-fried pork ribs. This sauce taste a bit spicy and creamy with the combination of curry leaves, black pepper sauce, mayonnaise and etc. I would recommend this for a change of the usual usual sweet and sour pork or pai gu wang.

For those of you who frequent Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee I am sure all these dishes are not new to you. If you have any recommend dish from their outlets do let me know so that I could get the chance to try them out too. I also spotted something seems to call “Smoke Dual Duck - 双色熏鸭” but the waitress told us that dish need to pre-order as it cannot be done on the spot. Have anyone of you tried this duck dish before? If yes, do let me know your view on it.


Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee (Yishun Branch)
Block 293 Yishun Ring Road
#01-1237
Singapore 760293
Telephone: 8264 4116



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