Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Liang Kee Teochew Restaurant, Whampoa West

Great food coming from this old school Teochew restaurant (#01-27, 34 Whampoa West, tel : +65 6297 7789). There were quite a number of dishes that sounded appealing that we simply couldn't try them all in a single seating, including the usual favourites that most people can't steer away from. 


These cold crabs were very good. Chilled, firm and sweet flesh underneath the soft shell along with the rich crab liver.


Don't they remind of a scene from Aliens?


Chilled pork aspic which is one of the favourites that I had mentioned. These jellied odds and ends of pork were served on a bed of ice cubes. They tasted pretty decent, but I thought the flavour came through better if they were slightly less chilled. They were also not as spiced up as the ones from Ban Heng.


That's the oyster omelette.


And the fat juicy oysters underneath.


Liang Kee is apparently known for their sambal crayfish. Honestly, I haven't had good Chinese sambal in quite a while and these here were pretty tasty. It's one of those gravies that would make one consume copious amounts of rice. And to top it off, the crayfish were plump and fresh. Easily stripped off their shell.


The starch was their hor fun stir fried with cai por. This was quite good too. If you are into wok hei, this has plenty of it.


Dessert was even more starch. Orh nee (yam paste) with pumpkin and ginko nuts. Not bad.

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