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Comfort food The only decent ‘tai chow’ type of Chinese food in the heart of Little India. I think their famous Sin Kee rice is too overrated. But go for the fried rice instead, you won’t regret. Probably the only place that serves fried rice with 3 types of pork (yess.. lap cheong, spam and char siew!!) A favourite for nearby office crowds and tourists alike. Be prepare for long queue during lunch hour and not so enthusiastic servers 😅😅
Po
16w
Comfort Food For a bowl of comfort in Brickfield area. Traditional braised rice in gravy, hainanese chicken chop that minced before fried served with baked bean, pan seared tomato and fried potato. It's been years since I last dine here, the braised rice seem to be lesser topping and I do wish more gravy to be serve together.
Alyssia
1y
For Stalwart Steamed Rice Jazz up those nothing-special work days at Sin Kee, where lunch is promptly served between noon to 2:15pm. For those two hours, the old but very well-kept shophouse transforms into a bustling daytime dive serving their one-of-a-kind signature dish: Sin Kee Steam Rice (RM10). Carefully (it's hot) lift that overturned bowl to reveal a bed of sauce-smothered rice splendidly topped with pork, seafood, sausages, egg and greens — the poster child of comfort food. The sweet, briny flavours come through thanks to its winning sauce, stewed to perfection over long hours. Apart from the foolproof favourite, the stalwart restaurant also cooks up a ravishing Hainanese Chicken Chop (RM14) loyal to its name, doused in a tasty gravy alongside peas, fried potatoes and onions. On your return visit, go off-course and try some of Sin Kee's also delicious tai chow dishes — the Nam Yu Ribs (RM23), Butter Cream Chicken (RM25) or the market-fresh Sweet & Sour Fried Garoupa (seasonal). Avg price per person: RM15
Burpple
2y
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For Warming Charcoal Steamboat Dragon Door Inn's authentic charcoal steamboat wins the approval of both celebrities (who pose in photos that fill the walls) as well as regular people like us. Take your partner out for a rainy night dinner here! Their Pork Bone Soup (RM20) teems with fragrant flavour while the Spicy Soup (RM23) hints of tongue-numbing Szechuan spice — get both with the yin yong (mixed) option. Since the pot is fuelled by smouldering charcoal, the soup boils at a slower pace and that gives you plenty of time to customise your dipping sauce. Do as the sauce guide instructs and mix together a spoonful of each condiment, but our advice is to finish off with an extra spoonful of chilli sauce for more kick. Finally, order fresh ingredients from the a la carte menu and you're all set to huddle over the hotpot! We recommend a combo of Special Pork Slice (RM15) and Fish Maw (RM15). Avg Price: RM50 Photo by Burppler Shirleen Tan
Burpple
3y
Charcoal Steamboat Famous for charcoal steamboat, a trip here with mum definitely gained me some points! She's never been a fan of steamboat but was utterly smitten by the Pork Bone Soup (RM20) and the collagen-giving plate of Fish Maw (RM15) to go with it. I loved the sauce bar where you can customise your own dipping sauce, with a little help from their instruction guide (but mostly because I get to go all out on it). Also, get the Special Pork Slice (RM15) instead of the Beef Slice (RM15) although waiters might recommend otherwise — the beef is quick to cook so it tends to turn rubbery if you're not cautious. And since they only offer an a la carte menu, the bill could come up to be a little hefty so come only when you feel like splurging!
R
3y
Charcoal Fire Steamboat 最適合下雨的夜晚☔️ // 藥材湯 X 煮骨湯
Shirleen
4y
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