Hawkers

Hawkers

Featuring Guan Chee Hong Kong Roasted Duck (Hougang), Keelung Miaokou Night Market 基隆廟口夜市, Cheers Cut (Shaw House), Restoran Ah Koong (Jalan Sutera), Ali Khan Restaurant, Noi's Mushroom Minced Meat Noodles, Hup Kee Fried Oyster Omelette (Geylang), Kang Kar Food Court, Dong Fong Fatt Kopishop, Seng Hing Coffee Shop
Thiam Peng Tan
Thiam Peng Tan

We didn't realise we basically ordered same soups, just different tiers. There's fishballs, fish sticks, meatballs, abalone, pork, while the Superior also has fish maw, fish, prawns. I have to say it's nothing special, including the soup. The secret stars are actually the addictive chilli sauce and the fresh lard.

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Standards here have slid over the years. The meat and the soup not as fragrant liao.

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As mentioned before, dabao this not as good and the portion is tiny. But still quite okay lah.

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This hawker centre version of the main unit at Kembangan is quite different. But it has this signature dish. I haven't eaten it in years. I don't take innards so mine's all sliced pork. It came boiling hot. Overall, it was decent but not extraordinary. The herbal soup's fine but could be better. The pork was quite basic. Seng Kee is really defined by how unique this dish is in Singapore.

Hahaha I wanted bom to go with my plaster and kosong. It turned out their bom is a set and they didn't warn me. I almost died eating this. Their bom also not very good.

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As a lover of Penang laksa, I had high hopes for this as it's well reviewed. But it's quite basic. The soup was average, the ingredients were kinda disappointing and the noodles were local thick beehoon, not the fatter Penang version. Probably my last visit.

I finally tried this, not at the AMK outpost but this new branch. You can definitely tell it's branded, because every component was of a certain standard, especially their signature duck, which is so easy to mess up. The meat was fleshy and not gamey, the skin was well done. For the char siew I asked for fatty as usual and it delivered. Heads up the gravy on the rice is damn shiok haha.

Branded food can tell the difference. I didn't realise this is Guan Chee until I started eating.

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Tomato egg, marmite chicken, braised cabbage. This stall loves separating your rice.

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An everyday Malaysian dish. No special craving, it just made up the numbers. Nothing majorly wrong with it at least.

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Ugly I know. What do you expect when it's an upside-down dish haha. But surprisingly decent. It satisfied my craving enough.

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It did its job but the quality and price cannot compare to Penang lah.

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Tried more food than this account shows. Not known for naggy, deep reviews. Just the truth.

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