Thursday, August 07, 2008

Keng Eng Kee Seafood @ Alexandra Village

Yesterday, our colleague 'pirate', IM a few of us, asking if we want to go to KEK? Another colleague 'old cat' wanted to go to Ikea to buy something. We could all have lunch at Alexandra Village first before walking over to Ikea. Sure!

On the way there, a colleague 'almond jelly' said she wanted to eat the 'platter thingy' that was posted here before. So when we came, while wondering what to eat, we saw that there's a set menu for 4-6 persons for $78. We just decided to order it.

So.... in the set menu there was:

The Platter of Three. The name in Chinese sounds better, it was Golden (Huang Jin) Platter of 3. They are all quite yummy. The portion's also quite big for the 5 of us.



It had Golden Pork Ribs as well. "Got standard" lah. Not superbly good or bad. ;-)



The set menu is suppose to serve Chinese Spinach with Ikan Bilis. No one really wanted that, and they said we could change to another veg dish if we want. So we opted for Sambal Kangkong. Spicy!



This is the Steamed Seabass with Brown Bean Sauce. Can't really take photo of fish. I seldom take nice photo of them!

The fish was fresh and nice. The brown bean sauce is also full of 'lard pieces'. Is that why it was so fragrant and delicious?



The set meal ends with a dessert that was Almond Jelly with Longan.

Since we were here, we thought we should not miss out on their famous kway teow.
So, we ordered a plate of it as well. Yes, it's the famous raw egg that goes on top of kway teow :-) Yup... with the wok hei, lard pieces, etc...



Heart clogging, but happy lunch. ;-) Too much food actually, should have omitted the Kway Teow, but we were glad we ordered it.

(This is one of the stalls that appeared on the Straits Times last week or week before.)

Keng Eng Kee Seafood (also known as KEK Seafood)
Blk 124 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-136 Alexandra Village
Singapore 150124

Daily: 11.30am -2pm, 5pm-11pm



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2 comments:

JENCOOKS said...

The food looks good especially the first pics; there are some Japanese twist to this to add a raw egg on the kwayteow? Nice meal.

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Keropok Man said...

The kway teow is nice. You should try it one day. ;-)

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