2 Telok Blangah Street 31
Yeo's Building
Singapore 108942

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Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Hk-styled steamed sea bass. Lady boss recommended this species as it was on promotion that day. Fresh and well cooked.

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Old school dish. Yam ring had soft texture with a thin crisp outer crust. Filled with chicken cubes, prawns, mixed vegetables and cashews.

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Located at No. 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, YEO’S building, Singapore 108942. .
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Ultraman Chicken, $13/$20/$26. We ordered a small plate and portion is pretty huge for the price. Diced chicken meat deep fried with popular Salted Egg sauce! If you can only order one dish, we strongly recommend you to try this 🤤
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@sumkeefood #hungryunicornsg #sumkeefood #ultramanchicken #saltedeggchicken #saltedegg

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Located at No. 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, YEO’S building, Singapore 108942. .
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Chicken Bikini Skin, $8. Not a fan of chicken skin, but we were recommended by our friends to try this dish. We decided to order a small portion and, this is IMPRESSIVE!! Chicken skin is deep fried to total crispiness! It’s so so crispy and crunchy that it doesn’t feels like chicken skin at all! Surprising it’s not oily at all! So good and tasty to eat it on its own or you may dip in their chilli sauce too! This totally change our impression of a chicken skin.. n if you were to ask us if we would eat it again, the answer is yes because it’s finger licking good!! Highly recommend dish when you visits Sum Kee food in your next visit! .
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@sumkeefood #hungryunicornsg #sumkeefood #chickenskin #crispychickenskin

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This zhi char place has both air con and outdoor seats.

This $18 Pig trotter bee Hoon is not bad but we prefer the Paradise restaurant version as here they use the canned pig trotter.

Otherwise the gravy beehoon with lots of crispy lards are quite tasty and we recommend eat with their sambal chilli

Free parking in the compound. We rate 7/10.

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Har Cheong Gai came with crispy servings of fried batter and flavourful belachan (tastes different from the usuals) which complemented the fried stuff well.

The Volcano Tofu is on the special menu, and is one of the must-orders here! It's a pancake with a mixture of minced tofu with large water chestnuts, topped with special sauce (curry powder in it!) and many yam ring ingredients like chicken cubes, capsicum, carrots, onions and cashew nuts.

The Stir-fried Mee Sua was surprisingly good; with sufficient wok hei and not neglecting the saltiness and flavour of the entire dish. The ratio of ingredients (vegetables, pork slices, fish cake and omelette pieces) to meesua was just right. Recommended to order for sharing if you have zero feels for rice!

The Nai Bai was crunchy and not overly salty nor oily. It evidently was blanched and lightly stir-fried before serving.

Claypot Pork Liver is the 招牌 of this zichar restaurant! I don't eat pork liver cos of the after taste which lingers but I had 5 pieces from this claypot of ginger-spring onion-sesame oil-based sauce of crunchy pork liver served bubbling hot. 超好下饭的!

Lastly, the cereal prawns ($39 for M) was extremely disappointing. Although they were larger than usual prawns, the prawns were not fresh enough and the cereal was too fine and did not have the 'I want more more more cereal in my rice' feel. ):

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