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124 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Singapore 150124

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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@kengengkee (also known as "KEK Seafood") is a MICHELIN Plate Restaurant I am familiar with as it’s one of my family favourites for “zi char”. Seeing forever-cheerful Paul, his brother, Head Wayne and the rest of their family never fails to spark joy.
Having dined at KEK Seafood several times, I obviously have my must-haves, of which the Claypot Liver is tops. It is imperative to be enjoyed in the unique KEK style, that is with plain white rice popped in and given a good stir. Trust me, you do not know how sublime liver can be until you‘ve tried this.
Apart from having a very good supplier because the liver tastes really fresh, the kitchen team treats the cooking of the liver like a science to ensure it arrives perfectly cooked (it has to be soft!) on the customer’s table. So if the customer is seated in the air-conditioned area, which happens to be twice as far from the kitchen as a customer seated in the al fresco section, cooking time is halved. This is because they take into consideration that the liver will continue to cook in the claypot as it’s being carried all the way there by the wait staff. Honestly, I was so impressed when I heard this.


I was disappointed that the salted egg sotong was dry instead of in a creamy salted egg sauce, as I had erroneously expected. Contrary to what many reviewers have said, I did not enjoy this dish very much. The salted egg flavour was lost in the thick starchy batter and the whole dish was far too salty and dry, it had me drinking gulps of water after every squid ring.

An absolute delight! The pork is extremely tender, and this pairs well with the crisp coat of caramelized coffee marinade. It can get a bit dry after a while though, despite the sweet sauce. Also, Medium size was probably a bit of an overkill for our party of 4 - Small should have been enough to satisfy everyone.

Maybe it was the busy crowd or maybe it was that strange cold spell in Singapore during mid-Dec...but the dish didn't serve up as piping hot as usual and that's why it wouldn't get 5 stars.

A yummy pot of seafood with mushrooms and vegetables. The sauce was light but flavourful. Ingredients given was generous but this is a small pot for $30.

Overall, a delightful dish. Best for those who love sea cucumber and fish maw.

We reached Kek at 6.30pm on a sat night and waited 20 mins got a seat. Food came in about 15 mins.

Moonlight Hor Fun is one of their signature dishes. A small plate costs you $6 which slightly on the high side for zhi char stalls though you hardly find any places offering you seafood stuff at $4 anymore. While we weren't expecting a hor fun with dark soy sauce, it was quite tasty with very strong wok hei. It was not too dry nor oily either.

Overall, it is decent but wasn't wow.