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[CLOSED] Tian Kee & Co.

950 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Tian Kee & Co. was a 54 years old provision shop now turned into an Artisan Cafe.

12 Dakota Crescent
#01-48
Singapore 390012

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Salty salmon and not so generous serving of hollandaise sauce. :X you can read about my experience here or click link in profile. : http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-tian-kee-and-co.html?m=1

Of cuz it makes for a great Instagram photo. But the big question here is how does it measure up taste wise?
Well here at the old school tiankee They add yoghurt to their cheesecake giving it a slightly gelatinous(jelly-like) texture. The yoghurt also gives it a lighter and slightly more sour profile which I simply love.
2 paws up for this beauty!
#hungryhungrymonster #tiankeeandco #burpple

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The cake was less jelat than I thought. But this was an average place for me.

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I never thought food from Tian Kee could be this good. We named this the "upgraded Egg McMuffin". The cheese sauce over poached eggs and juicy bacon makes this dish unforgettable! Hurry, grab them before Dakota is torn down! But I must really add, don't order that rainbow cheesecake (although it is so pretty)!

Cajun Roast Chicken w/ Sauce & Potato Salad 14.90

Seasoned with an intricate blend of paprika, cayenne peppers, garlic and a hint of oregano. Juicy chicken thigh with crispy skin!

#eatmusttag #burpple

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While everybody else is busy raving about the assorted pastries and confections at Tian Kee (and rightfully so), they do peddle a decent selection of alcoholic libations. Full pints of Asahi and Kronenbourg go for just $10, and almost all their bottled beers and ciders go for $10 a pop as well, just like this bottle of Lindemans Peche.

It's a Lambic type, fruit style beer that's moderately bubbly and is really tart upon sip, but it's offset by the slow acting sweetness and it's reminiscent of a peach wine. It gets really sweet after a while though, and it can be off putting for some. It's not particularly beer like or alcoholic, but it's still somewhat enjoyable.

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