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Haikee Brothers

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~$15/pax
'Haikee Brothers is where old meets new and communes as one. The brand traces its beginnings back to Hainan Island, where founder Mr Wong Si Han hails from. In 1959, he came to Singapore to start a family and started selling his signature soy sauce chicken rice at then Upper Cross Street. Today, the fort is held by siblings Joseph and James Wong, who are 3rd generation owners of the business. Haikee Brothers serves up a blend of familiar flavours with contemporary twists; concocting an experience set to whet appetites. From classic delights to modern recipes, the delectable range that Haikee Brothers has to offer is sure to suit palates of all ages. Savour the past and taste the future, as you bond over a meal with the ones you cherish.'

133 New Bridge Road
#02-39 ChinaTown Point
Singapore 059413

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Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This one was from Haikee Brothers called the Soy Delicious Bowl, which was a rice bowl topped with braised beancurd, egg, soy sauce chicken, char siew and sio bak. The char siew and the roast pork are so good πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ€©
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This is the HKB Soy Sauce Lor Mee which is comprised of noodle with thick gravy, roast meat, egg, fish fillet and a small piece of homemade prawn roll. Worth a try πŸ‘πŸ»
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πŸ’²: $8++

Had a short weekday dinner date with my bf, where he ordered a Delicious Bowl at Haikee, and it was true to its name - all of the meat was very tender and well-seasoned, and went well with the rest of the dishes. Comfort food with a flavourful twist!

From the Haikee Brothers who are famed for their soy sauce chicken, we decided to try their trio platter to see how their other roasts fare. Soy sauce chicken was tender but could be a little under-cooked; char siew was alright and average; roast meat was also ordinary and lastly the toufu which surprisingly is my favorite as it is well braised and still fairly soft while retaining its bite. Overall, the dish was alright but is pretty salty (not quite savoury).

Price: $8.80
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Located within Chinatown Point, this relatively new establishment has a long history and is now managed by their 3rd generation owners. The chicken was well braised and wonderfully tender. Rice was flavored, I suspect, with their soy sauce as well as it has a brown hue to it.

Price: $6.80 for drumstick on rice

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I usually don’t like thick gloopy soups but I ended up slurping this up because it was so flavourful. Ingredients are soso but will reorder if it’s a rainy day and I’m craving for a comforting bowl of warm noodles

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