"Gourmandism is an act of judgement, by which we prefer things which have a pleasant taste to those which lack this quality." – Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

Por Kee Eating House

We went to this place for my Dad’s 60th birthday. Situated near many famous eating places in Tiong Bahru, this restaurant rests in a quiet corner with humble interiors. You can see big tanks with live seafood.

The food is not bad. I liked the fish, prawns and beancurd. The prawns were big, the soon hock was chewy and the beancurd was tender and flavourful. This was also the first time I see longevity noodles cooked in such a style. The ones I have eaten uses egg noodles cooked in dark sauce, then topped with quail’s eggs.

Abalone: $40 each per piece
Steamed Soon Hock in Cantonese style: $49
Cereal Prawns: $20
Half roasted chicken: $15
Braised beancurd: $15
Deep-fried baby squids: $14
Pork: $21
Longevity noodles: $15
Spinach: $12
Towels: $1.50 each
Peanuts and Pickles: $2.50 each
Plain rice: 80 cents

Prices excludes 7% GST. No 10% service charges.

Our total bill: $218.20

Restaurant: Por Kee Eating House
Address: Block 69, Seng Poh Lane, Singapore 160069
Tel: 62210582
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 12.30am

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One response

  1. uncleheng

    Tea and towel = $1.80 per pax Live fish according to size and weight. Plain rice = $1.00
    No GST. NO service charge. 10% discount for lunch from Mon~Sat. 5% discount on Sun.
    P. Holiday & Chinese New Year no discount.

    August 28, 2012 at 3:20 AM

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