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96 Amoy Street
Singapore 069916

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Price

~$10/pax

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Reviews at Swee Kee Eating House

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Sliced fish with fish soup noodle is always comforting. Their fish soup is unlike the usual one where no milk is added and you can taste the fish in the soup. The fried hor fun has a lot of wok hei and very tempting!

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Many people would visit Ka-Soh for their sliced fish noodle soup, and it's a really comforting dish. But for some hearty wok hei, go for the dry sliced fish horfun. It's a generous portion, definitely sufficient for a hearty appetite, and I liked how it was not too salty.

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Really delicious way to stir fry vegetables. Throw in a few pieces of their home specialty fried bak yew (pork lard), this dish itself was enough to clean up my bowl of rice!

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Always thought this is cze char favourite has such a poetic name, like the reflection of the moon on the river in a mid night (dark) river in this case.

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Their signature dish. Soup have been simmer for hours therefore resulting a milky soup base.

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The sister outlet at College Street received a Michelin Bib Gourmand, but this outlet at Amoy painted a totally different story for me.
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We ordered this since as their signature dish, but found that the fish was old (tough) and fishy.. therefore tainting the seemingly diluted soup with its fishiness. Three of us shared a bowl, yet we didn't finish it.
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I'm curious too, because I've heard good things about the fish soup here. Probably cos we went in the evening when the fish was no longer fresh.

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Warm comforting bowl of fish soup for a cold rainy day. No idea why there's lard served but it took an immense self-control to resist so I popped a few pieces in and what was supposed to be healthy became otherwise.

Have you ever had san lou hor fun with crispy fried pork lard? I swear the combination is awesome! If you are there, try the fish soup too!

Despite the slice fish noodles being their specialty, their Tze Char dishes actually shined more! The sweet and sour pork is a must order. One of the best I've tasted.

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The best dish at a fish soup restaurant is actually it's har cheong kai!! Smells great. Tastes great. Juicy and tender is what I would say :)

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Contrary to the plethora of praising reviews, we've had a bitterly disappointing dinner at Swee Kee.

First off, the food is just regular fare - many hawker stalls can top their quality. The prices...that's a whole different story. These guys charge an arm and a leg for no good reason.

Take for instance this plate. It is the saddest plate of prawn paste chicken on the island. It costs $8. And it looks like the leftovers of a scrawny little chicken who wasn't loved enough by its hen mom.

We did get something free: extra hairs (from unidentified body part) curling around our noodles. Too gross to post.

I've paid my sucker tax tonight, and I'm not going back there ever again.

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People go to Ka Soh for its infamous sliced fish noodle soup but I realised that its signature deep fried pork ribs are really one of the best I've tried.

They come either lean or 1/2 lean. I definitely recommend 1/2 lean because you get that juicy fat that adds so much flavour to the pork. It also comes with a sweet dark sauce that enhances its savoury taste. If you add this to an egg fried rice, it would make the ultimate comfort food.

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For a place famous for sliced fish and fish head noodles, this "hor fun" managed to hold its own pretty well. As attractive as the golden yolk accent appeared, there was a lot more going for it. We also liked that the dish was well-seasoned and imbued with sufficient "wok hei".

And you didnt see wrongly, the plate of lard peeking out is just heavenly. Gives that x-factor to the beehoon.

And the most amazing thing is that the lard wont turn soggy. It's very crispy even when added to soup and of course addictive. I have to stop myself from having more for obvious reasons. Deserving some limelight from the soup definitely.

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The fish stock boasts to have high levels of protein, calcium and collagen, and supposedly includes no milk, its whiteness stemming from all the boiled fish bone goodness. All I know is that the stock tastes wondrously comforting and rich, and the fish slices are in abundance, with some being so ridiculously thick and fat that you can use the slab to slap your friend’s face like a club. 4/5

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